Transfer of undertakings: No jurisdiction to restrain dismissal of transferred employees
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Betts and others v Brintel Helicopters Ltd and KLM ERA Helicopters (UK) Ltd  IRLR 45 HC (0 other reports)
Employees were entitled to a declaration that their employment had automatically been transferred under the Transfer of Undertakings Regulations, when a new contractor took over from their employer a contract for the provision of helicopter services to and from North Sea oil rigs, holds the High Court in Betts and others v Brintel Helicopters Ltd and KLM ERA Helicopters (UK) Ltd  IRLR 45. But the Court further holds that it has no jurisdiction to grant injunctions to restrain the new contractor from dismissing those employees.