Jones On The Demise of Griffiths v Marsh: 21 Nov 1791

Where the tenant of an estate holden by the year has a dwelling-house at another place, the delivery of a notice to quit to his servant at the dwelling-house, is strong presumptive evidence that the master received the notice.
[1791] EngR 1489, (1791) 4 TR 464, (1791) 100 ER 1121
England and Wales
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CitedNewcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v Haywood SC 25-Apr-2018
Notice of dismissal begins when received by worker
The court was asked: ‘If an employee is dismissed on written notice posted to his home address, when does the notice period begin to run? Is it when the letter would have been delivered in the ordinary course of post? Or when it was in fact . .
AppliedDoe Ex Dem Buross And Others v Lucas And Others 1804
The tenant had died, leaving his widow as his executrix. The notice to quit was given by leaving it at the house where he had lived during his lifetime, but there was no evidence of it having come into his widow’s hands. It was argued that this was . .

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Updated: 19 July 2021; Ref: scu.363004