Were you in a working relationship at any time between 31 December 1991 and 16 November 2000 with an employer based in what is now the territory of the Republika Srpska? Do you believe that your working relationship was illegally terminated?
If the answer to these questions is ‘yes’, you may now present a claim for compensation for illegal termination to the Commission for the Implementation of Article 152 of the Republika Srpska Labour Law.
- Write to the Commission for the Implementation of Article 152, state your name, the name of the company you worked for and that you are submitting a claim under Article 152 of the Republika Srpska Labour Law. You may submit supporting documentation at the same time, however, a letter stating the above is sufficient to initiate the claim process. Any case currently before a court will automatically be transferred to the Commission.
- Send your claim by registered mail, make photocopies of all documents you submit and keep the originals.
Claims should be submitted to:
Commission for the Implementation of Article 152,
Republika Srpska Ministry for Veterans, War Victims and Labour,
Vuka Karadzica 4, Banja Luka
IMPORTANT ! THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF YOUR CLAIM IS
16 FEBRUARY 2001
NO CLAIMS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE
For any further information, please contact your nearest Legal Aid & Information Centre or OSCE Field Office.
Note: In order to reach a decision, the Commission may require you and/or your ex-employer to provide information concerning your employment, may take statements, review business books and take any other necessary action. The Commission must make its decision within 90 days of submission of your claim, and must deliver its decision to you within 15 days of the date of making the decision. The decision of the Commission is final and binding.