Association of University Teachers v University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne: EAT 1987

The Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the definition of ‘being redundant’ in the 1992 Act covered the lack of further funding for the post of a lecturer employed under an Limited Term Contract and so the consultation duty should have been observed when the contract was not renewed.


[1987] ICR 317


Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992

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CitedUniversity and College Union v The University of Stirling SC 29-Apr-2015
The University needed to reduce its staff. They and the Union disputed whether research assistants on limited term contracts would simply cease to be employd as their terms concluded, or were entitled to be made redudant.
Held: The appeal was . .
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Updated: 18 May 2022; Ref: scu.565707