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(1) Generally

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D.     Rights

(1)     Generally

There are four rights to consider:


    (1)     A shop worker or a betting worker may acquire the right to refuse to work on Sundays by serving the appropriate opt-out notice on his or her employer.


    (2)     Where, however, the worker was already in post on the day when the original protective legislation became operative, then (as a general rule) he or she is excused any obligation to work on Sundays unless he or she elects to abandon that privilege by giving formal notice to that effect to the employer.


    (3)     Where an employer takes

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