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Shaping contracts for work, the normative influence of terms implied by law, Gabrielle Golding.

This work provides an in-depth examination of the common law's role in shaping contracts for work through the mechanism of implied terms. It constructs a theory which views the nature of the employment contract as distinct from other types of work contract
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Series -- Shaping Contracts for Work -- Copyright -- Contents -- Table of Cases -- Table of Legislation -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction: Shaping the Normative Core of Contracts for Work -- Advancing the Enquiry -- Outline of Argument and Structure -- Methodology -- Scope -- Rethinking the Rationale -- PART I. TERMS IMPLIED BY LAW INTOCONTRACTS GENERALLY -- 1. A Legal Overview -- Introduction -- Express Terms -- Implied Terms -- A. Terms Implied in Fact -- B. Terms Implied by Custom and Usage -- C. Terms Implied by Law -- The Fact/ Law Distinction -- Implication and Construction -- Conclusion -- 2. The Significance of Implying a Term by Law -- Introduction -- Emergence of a Powerful Judicial Technique -- Normative Rationalisation of Contractual Dealings -- Identifiable Legal Rules -- Wide Scope of Influence -- Conclusion -- PART II. TERMS IMPLIED BY LAW INTOCONTRACTS FOR WORK -- 3. Origins and Current Status -- Introduction -- Duties Owed by Employers -- A. Duty to Provide a Safe Place of Work -- B. Duty to Indemnify Employees for Expenses Innocently Incurred -- C. Duty to Inform Employees of their Rights -- Duties Owed by Employees -- A. Duty to Obey Lawful and Reasonable Instructions -- B. Duty of Fidelity -- C. Duty to Exercise Reasonable Care and Skill -- D. Duty to Hold Inventions on Trust -- E. Duty Not to Misuse or Disclose Confidential Information -- Mutual Duties Owed by Employers and Employees -- A. Duty of Cooperation -- B. Duty to Provide Reasonable Notice on Termination -- Conclusion -- 4. Mutual Trust and Confidence and Good Faith -- Introduction -- Mutual Trust and Confidence -- A. Evolution and Existence in England -- B. Rise and Fall in Australia: Commonwealth Bank v Barker -- C. Application Beyond Employment -- Good Faith -- A. Evolution and Existence in England
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non fiction
First edition.
This edition also issued in print: 2023
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