TASMANIAN INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
Industrial Relations Act 1984
Commissioner of Police
Andrew Scott Gunston
Appeal against a decision handed down by Commissioner T J Abey arising out of T9986 of 2002 - Appeals withdrawn - Confidential settlement - Agreement to vacate Commissioner Abey's Order
RESCISSION OF ORDER
 In matter T9986 of 2002 Commissioner Abey determined that Andrew Scott Gunston:
 Commissioner Abey's decision was appealed by the Commissioner of Police (T10313 of 2002) arguing that Commissioner Abey had erred in finding that there had been no valid reason for the termination of Mr Gunston's employment and finding that the termination had been unfair.
 Mr Gunston also appealed Commissioner Abey's decision (T10316 of 2002) claiming that the Commissioner should have ordered he be re-instated to his former position rather than be re-employed.
 The appeals were joined and heard together.
 The Full Bench upheld the decision of Commissioner Abey dismissing the appeal by the Commissioner of Police in respect to the finding of Commissioner Abey that the termination of Mr Gunston was unfair and that no valid reason existed for the termination.
 The matters were relisted for further hearing in respect to those grounds of appeal which related to remedy.
 At all stages during the proceedings before Commissioner Abey and before the Full Bench the parties have been encouraged to reach agreement to settle the original application by Mr Gunston.
 Agreement has now been reached, the terms of which are confidential.
 Settlement includes each party withdrawing their respective appeal, such withdrawal removes the stay against Commissioner Abey's decision.
 Mr Gunston does not oppose the vacation of Commissioner Abey's order.
 Accordingly, and pursuant to s19(2)(a) and s.20(1)(b) of the Industrial Relations Act 1984, we hereby rescind the ORDER of Commissioner Abey in Matter T9986 of 2002.
P L Leary
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