An agreement by a sub-contractor to carry out work in accordance with the terms of the main contract does not necessarily incorporate all the relevant terms of the main contract into the sub-contract1. Thus when a sub-contract expressly incorporated some of the terms of the main contract but not the term empowering the employer to require the contractor to dismiss a sub-contractor, it was held that the term could not be implied in the sub-contract so as to put an end to the contract between the contractor and
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