The following Employment precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[To be typed on employer’s headed notepaper]
[Enter name and address of employee]
Dear [enter name]
I refer to [[enter name of Employer]’s letter to you dated [enter date of notice letter from Employer] OR your letter to [enter name of Employer] dated [enter date of notice letter from employee]], terminating your employment by giving [enter notice period, eg six months’] notice in writing. [Further to the meeting held on [enter date][, at which you were accompanied by [insert name],][ and our conversation earlier today,] ]I write to [notify you OR confirm] that [enter name of Employer] has decided to exercise its right (under clause [enter clause number of provision dealing with garden leave] of your [service agreement OR contract of employment] dated [enter date] (referred to in this letter as the [‘Service Agreement’ OR ‘Contract’]) to place you on ‘garden leave’, by giving you this written notification.[ This letter also refers to various other terms as defined in the [Service Agreement OR Contract].]
The relevant term of the [Service Agreement OR Contract] is clause [enter clause number of provision dealing with garden leave], which provides:
[Set out the wording of the relevant provision (the examples in italics below are taken from our Precedent: Executive service agreement) ensuring that the numbering matches that in the contract/service agreement]
The Company is under no obligation to vest in
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