Termination for Convenience in UK Law

Leading Cases
  • The Secretary of State for the Home Department v Raytheon Systems Ltd
    • Queen's Bench Division (Technology and Construction Court)
    • 19 Dic 2014

    At first blush, Z's argument (that the tribunal was there making it clear that this was an important failure of the process and therefore in effect leading to non-compliance with the condition precedent Process Requirements) is not unattractive.

  • BWT Aktiengesellschaft v Force India Formula One Team Ltd ((in Liquidation))
    • Chancery Division
    • 23 Nov 2020

    Even though the Deed of Variation was designed to make changes, Mr Segan says that certain provisions never took effect. Clause 2.1.2, he concedes, made provision for certain sums already paid under the C&RA to be deemed “advance payment” rather than “income” and for repayment in certain circumstances, but not, he says, in the event of termination for convenience.

  • Tsg Building Services Plc v South Anglia Housing Ltd
    • Queen's Bench Division (Technology and Construction Court)
    • 08 May 2013

    The parties had gone as far as they wanted in expressing terms in Clause 1.1 about how they were to work together in a spirit of "trust fairness and mutual cooperation" and to act reasonably. Even if there was some implied term of good faith, it would not and could not circumscribe or restrict what the parties had expressly agreed in Clause 13.3, which was in effect that either of them for no, good or bad reason could terminate at any time before the term of four years was completed.

  • Aecom Design Build Ltd v Staptina Engineering Services Ltd
    • Queen's Bench Division (Technology and Construction Court)
    • 05 Abr 2017

    In my judgment, that latter passage of Edwards-Stuart J aptly summarises the position here. The adjudicator decided a point of importance on the basis of the material before her, and on a basis for which neither party had contended, and she was entitled to do so. She was not bound to accept only one of the two alternatives put to her by the parties.

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  • The Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 2016
    ...... (c) where the document relates to the termination of an appointment, the reason for that termination; and . (d) the contact .... (2) The nominee must have regard to the convenience of those invited to attend when fixing the venue for a meeting (including ......
  • Highways Act 1980
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1980
    ......) the extent to which the path or way would add to the. convenience or enjoyment of a substantial section of. the public, or to the ...agreement;. .   . ( f . ) the termination, in such manner and subject to such. conditions as may be specified in the ......
  • The Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 2006
    ......"  6 does not include a party to a civil partnership of convenience; . "decision maker" means the Secretary of State, an immigration officer ... in the United Kingdom for at least twelve months prior to the termination; and . (c) resided in the United Kingdom continuously for more than three ......
  • Insolvency Rules 1986
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1986
    ....... 2.38. Resignation. . 2.39. Termination of membership. . 2.40. Removal. . 2.41. Vacancies. . 2.42. Procedure at ... meeting ("the convener") shall have regard primarily to the convenience of the creditors. . (2) Meetings shall in each case be summoned for ......
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Books & Journal Articles
  • Contracting for public bus transit: do techniques employed make a difference in service outcome?
    • Núm. 2-1, Abril 2002
    • Journal of Public Procurement
    • 73-92
    The evidence suggests deductions for non-performance and competitive solicitation methods are key determinants of contractor performance. A penalty provision is strongly associated with an increase...
    ......  Termination for convenience clause  Describe ......
  • A Preference for Innominate Terms: The Good, the Bad Bargain and the Ugly
    • Núm. 2-2, Julio 2012
    • Southampton Student Law Review
    • Oliver Williams
    • 155-184
    At less than ten pages in length, the succinct judgment of Lord Justice Diplock in Hongkong Fir Shipping Co Ltd v Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd succeeded in altering the legal landscape of modern contr...
    ...... to this exploration, a distinction between ‘predatory termination’ and ‘ term inatio ex culpa’ is pioneered, exemplifying the ... Commercial Convenience . ‘Contract’s concern to avoid m arket inconvenience is a m easure ......
    • Núm. 15-3, Noviembre 1977
    • British Journal of Industrial Relations
    ...... the union’s campaign to control flags and crews of convenience. FLAGS OF CONVENIENCE PHENOMENON Although there appears to be no ... agreed to implement the new policy, and announced the termination of all previously acceptable I.T.F. agreements. This shift in ......
  • A review of parental engagement in parenting interventions and strategies to promote it
    • Núm. 1-1, Abril 2006
    • Journal of Children's Services
    • 29-40
    Despite the importance of increasing engagement and minimising attrition and drop‐out in parenting interventions, there is a paucity of empirical evidence examining factors related to engagement an...
    ...... limited in scope andvariety, focusing on variables of convenience rather than utilising a theoretically-driven approach. The aim of this ... and family factors in predictingtreatment termination, the unique contribution ofparental (or therapist) perception of barriers ......
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