Morton v Chief Adjudication Officer

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal (Civil Division)
Date1988
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  • Progress Software Corp (S) Pte Ltd v Central Provident Fund Board
    • Singapore
    • Court of Three Judges (Singapore)
    • 28 February 2003
    ...to be paid by the employer to the employee during any particular week? (emphasis added) 16 Morton v The Chief Adjudication Officer [1988] IRLR 444 was a case in which an employee was awarded compensation for wrongful dismissal. However, the employers in question were in liquidation. The emp......
  • CCS 506 2012, JF v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and DB and DB (CSM)
    • United Kingdom
    • Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber)
    • 1 May 2013
    ...due”. The reference to “due” suggests there must usually be some underlying entitlement. 26. Thus in Morton v Chief Adjudication Officer [1988] IRLR 444, also reported as R(U) 1/88, a case which turned on the meaning of “payable” under the old unemployment benefit scheme, Slade LJ observed ......
  • CCS 1664 2007
    • United Kingdom
    • Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber)
    • 25 January 2008
    ...Howard v James especially helpful in the present context. 14. As the Court of Appeal observed in Morton v Chief Adjudication Officer [1988] I.R.L.R. 444, also reported as R(U) 1/88, a case turning on the meaning of “payable” in relation to unemployment benefit: “The word ‘payable’ is not a ......
  • Minera Las Bambas SA v Glencore Queensland Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Queen's Bench Division (Commercial Court)
    • 29 June 2018
    ...set out below, they were of limited assistance. 41 Counsel for the defendants relied on dicta in Morton v The Chief Adjudication Officer [1988] IRLR 444 (CA). In that case the question on the appeal was whether, on the true construction of the Social Security Regulations, Mrs Morton was ent......
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