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(4) Good faith

| Commentary

(4)     Good faith

Finally, there is one provision applying specifically to remedies for an unfair whistleblowing dismissal. As with detriment, the law here was changed as part of the 2013 reforms. As a quid pro quo for taking the requirement of 'good faith' out of the major heads of whistleblowing (see para [42] above), the government introduced an element of it into the remedy for unfair dismissal instead. The ERA 1996 s 123(6A) provides that in a protected disclosure case if it appears to the tribunal that the disclosure was not made in good faith, 'the

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