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Comparator must have broadly similar terms for cross-establishment equal value claim

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    Leverton v Clwyd County Council [1988] IRLR 239 CA (0 other reports)

In Leverton v Clwyd County Council (17.3.88) EOR20C, the Court of Appeal holds that a complainant and her comparators in different establishments must be employed on "broadly similar" terms and conditions in order for "common terms and conditions" to be observed between the establishments so as to permit an equal value comparison.