Cantor Fitzgerald International v Callaghan and Others: CA 21 Jan 1999

The failure or emphatic refusal by a company to pay the wages under the contract as agreed would normally amount to a fundamental breach and repudiation of the contract, which would allow the employee to act on the basis that he had been constructively dismissed.

Nourse LJ, Judge LJ, Tuckey LJ
Times 25-Jan-1999, Gazette 17-Feb-1999, [1999] EWCA Civ 622, [1999] IRLR 235, [1999] ICR 639, [1999] 2 All ER 411
Arbitration Act 1950 22(1), Arbitration Act 1979 1(3)(b), Gaming Act 1845 18
England and Wales
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CitedJamie v Management Solution Partners Ltd EAT 31-Jan-2006
The claimant received an email from his employers and resigned claiming unfair dismissal saying that it was repudiatory. The employers objected to the admission of the email into evidence saying that it was marked without prejudice and subject to . .

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Updated: 01 November 2021; Ref: scu.145538