Collection Of Entitlements Upon Termination Debars An Employee From Suing For Unlawful Termination
The employment relationship between an employer and an employee is usually governed by the terms upon which both parties have agreed to work together. Though, as a general rule, a contract of employment may be oral, written or even implied from the circumstances of each case, Section 7 of the Labour Act provides that notRead More
Who can Enforce a Contract?
Where a valid contract is breached by any of the parties, the innocent party can bring an action in court to compel the defaulting party to fulfill his obligations under the contract. He can also claim damages for the breach, or injunction to prevent further breach. “Damages” is the amount of money awarded by theRead More
What is a Binding Contract?
Simply put, a contract is an agreement which the law would recognize and enforce. The key word is agreement. Every contract involves an agreement. However, it is not every agreement that qualifies as an enforceable contract. For there to be an enforceable contract, some key features must be in place. First, there must be anRead More