(1) This section applies where there falls to be determined for the purposes of this Part a question—
(a) as to the reason, or principal reason, for which an employee was dismissed,
(b) whether the reason or principal reason for which an employee was dismissed was a reason fulfilling the requirement of section 98(1)(b), or
(c) whether an employer acted reasonably in treating the reason or principal reason for which an employee was dismissed as a sufficient reason for dismissing him.
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