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Under regulation 3(1)(a) of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE 2006), SI 2006/246, a business transfer occurs where there is:
a transfer of an undertaking or business (or part of an undertaking or business)
situated immediately before the transfer in the UK
to another person
where there is a transfer
of an economic entity
and the economic entity retains its identity after the transfer
For further information, see Practice Note: TUPE—business transfers.
Under TUPE 2006, SI 2006/246, reg 3(1)(b), a service provision change takes place where:
activities cease to be carried out by a person ('a client') on his own behalf and are carried out instead by another person on the client's behalf ('a contractor')
activities cease to be carried out by a contractor on a client's behalf (whether or not those activities had previously been carried out by the client on his own behalf) and are carried out instead by another person ('a subsequent contractor') on the client's behalf, or
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