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Bouzourou v The Ottoman Bank

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    Bouzourou v The Ottoman Bank [1930] AC 271 JCPC (0 other reports)

In Bouzourou v The Ottoman Bank [1930] AC 271 JCPC, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council held that an employee can refuse to transfer to a geographical area where the employee would be at personal risk, but cannot refuse to go in the absence of personal danger.

Bouzourou was a Christian Ottoman subject employed by the bank.