Where an undertaking was transferred, and there remained outstanding a liability of the employer to an employee for damages for personal injuries, even though not pleaded under Health and Safety legislation, was transferred to the transferee by virtue of the regulations to the new employer where the liability may also have arisen by virtue of the employer employee relationship.
Appeal from – Martin v Lancashire County Council Appeal (and Cross Appeals) Bernadone v Pall Mall Services Group and Haringey Healthcare Nhs Trust and Independent Insurance Ltd CA 16-May-2000
Where an undertaking was transferred, existing liabilities arising out of the employment were transferred notwithstanding that these liabilities were not contractual. A claim for personal injuries became the responsibility of the new employer. At . .
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Updated: 18 May 2022; Ref: scu.78364