Dismissal: Dismissal date was that accepted by parties
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Corby Borough Council v Barratt EAT/306/94 (0 other reports)
An employer's failure to respond to an employee's resignation letter was not relevant to the determination of the effective date of termination in a constructive dismissal case, the EAT holds in Corby Borough Council v Barratt. On established legal principles, the effective date of termination was the date treated as such by both parties, even though the contract of employment continued beyond that date.