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Gryf-Lowczowski v Hinchingbrooke Healthcare NHS Trust

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    Gryf-Lowczowski v Hinchingbrooke Healthcare NHS Trust [2006] IRLR 100 HC (0 other reports)

termination of employment | frustration

In Gryf-Lowczowski v Hinchingbrooke Healthcare NHS Trust [2006] IRLR 100 HC, the High Court has held that a surgeon's contract of employment was not terminated by operation of the doctrine of frustration.

Mr Gryf-Lowczowski, a surgeon, was informed that some nursing staff had raised a number of concerns relating to him and his clinical practice.