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Employment Law

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02 MAY 2012

Locke v Candy and Candy Limited [2011] IRLR 162

Notice pay

29 October 2010

Court of Appeal

Pill, Arden, Jackson LLJ

‘Payment in lieu of notice' is interpreted as referring to payment of salary alone, without any bonus, if bonuses are discretionary or are expressed not to be payable to those no longer employed.

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