Withdrawal Letter Template

What's included:

  • A letter template to write to the Employment Tribunal to withdraw your case, or part of your case
  • Downloadable letter in .doc and .pdf formats
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What happens if you need to withdraw your Employment Tribunal claim

You can withdraw an Employment Tribunal claim at any point during your case. Use our Withdraw Employment Tribunal Claim Letter template to ensure your case is fully closed so you don’t find yourself in breach of any Case Management Orders.

Examples of withdrawing an Employment Tribunal claim

It’s really common to withdraw a Tribunal claim, or part of a case, for a number of reasons. For example:


Feng has taken legal advice on his case and the advice suggested that he would be unlikely to be successful in his claims.

He’s also now got a new job and wants to move on, so he sends a letter to the Tribunal to withdraw his claims.


Ivy has signed a settlement agreement with her employer, under which she’s agreed to withdraw her Tribunal claims.

She sends a letter to the Tribunal to withdraw her claims.


How you can withdraw an Employment Tribunal claim

If you’ve entered into a settlement agreement or otherwise resolved your workplace issue, follow these easy steps to withdraw your Tribunal claim:

  1. write your letter using the template in Valla
  2. send the withdrawal letter or email to the Tribunal
  3. copy in the Respondent
  4. wait for the Tribunal to issue a judgment confirming that the case has been dismissed following your withdrawal.

Why use Valla?

A law firm can cost anywhere from an initial consultation fee of £200 to £35,000+ plus VAT for Tribunal representation.

Valla offers users low-cost alternatives to pricey law firms. We can help guide you through the process and generate legal documents for your use.

Lawyers can be expensive. But access to justice doesn’t have to be.