Employment update, December 2015

Published on 09 February 2016

Implied terms: when can a term be implied into a contract?

The Supreme Court has clarified the law on implied terms: to be implied it must be necessary for business efficacy or alternatively be so obvious as to go without saying. The court held that given the widespread misinterpretation of the decision in Attorney General of Belize and others v Belize Telecom Ltd (Belize), it should no longer be treated as authoritative guidance on the law.

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