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Ross v Delrosa Caterers Ltd

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    Ross v Delrosa Caterers Ltd [1981] ICR 393 EAT (0 other reports)

In Ross v Delrosa Caterers Ltd [1981] ICR 393 EAT, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that, although continuity of employment is broken where a redundancy payment has been paid to an employee and the contract of employment is renewed or the employee re-engaged under a new contract, this is the case only if the redundancy payment is a statutory redundancy payment.

Mrs Ross had worked for her former employer for four years when the branch premises at which she was employed as manager were sold to another company.