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Clark v Fahrenheit 451 (Communications) Ltd

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    Clark v Fahrenheit 451 (Communications) Ltd EAT/591/99 (0 other reports)

In Clark v Fahrenheit 451 (Communications) Ltd EAT/591/99, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that, where a contract contains no express notice clause and it is implied that it can be terminated by giving a reasonable period of notice, what is a reasonable period of notice is a question of mixed fact and law and depends on the circumstances.

Ms Clark, an experienced business woman, became a director and shareholder of a small communications company.