Anica Visic has an honest and legitimate case that has not yet been finally determined on the merits. There are exceptions to the limitation period, including based on “good faith” and a new provision for “a series of incidents.” She provided her accurate reports for the three successful years which count from 2002-2005.  She had successfully appealed a former year and was readmitted.  The allegations regarding the university were deemed untimely and she is required to obtain leave of the tribunal prior to commencing an application. This decision was not made because the case was without merit or frivolous or vexatious. The case has not been finally determined on the merits. They should withdraw inaccurate allegations because of her honest and legitimate case. The panel has held she has an honest belief in her rights regarding the university that is yet to be legally determined. The limitation period, if any, should not apply based on “good faith” and “a series of incidents.”

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