The following Employment Tax guidance note by Tolley provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
A contract tainted by illegality is deemed unenforceable. It cannot be relied upon by either party attempting to enforce contractual obligations. Common types of illegal contractual terms are:
Note that all case references in this guidance note are subscription sensitive.
The inability of parties to rely on illegal contracts applies irrespective of whether those parties knew, at the time that they entered the arrangements, that they were illegal.
Work performed under an illegal contract will not count toward a period of continuous employment and will also constitute a break in a period of continuous employment. See the Continuity of employment guidance note.
Illegal terms will not be enforced if they are deemed illegal. However, it is important to draw a distinction between two types of contracts tainted by illegality:
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