(1) Where the calculation is for the purposes of section 88 or 89, the calculation date is the day immediately preceding the first day of the period of notice required by section 86(1) or (2).
(2) Where the calculation is for the purposes of section 93, 117 or 125, the calculation date is—
(a) if the dismissal was with notice, the date on which the employer's notice was given, and
(b) otherwise, the effective date of termination.
(3) Where the calculation is for the purposes of section [112, 119, 120 [, 121 or 124]], the calculation date is—
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