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Do I have a case to fight this in some way? Without knowing whether UK legislation has a superseding provision in this regard, you seemingly have a meritorious position from the standpoint of contract law. Your employment provided medical insurance as a benefit, [I assume] you accrued that benefit, and sought to use it while you were still employed there. ...


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I assume (perhaps incorrectly) that you read this especially the "New owner to occupy premises" part and did all of that, having given them Form DR-2. Then presumably you delivered the notice at least 2 months in advance of the planned closing. It is unclear why you think the tenants have the right to remain longer – perhaps you mean that you made an error ...


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Can the seller enter a formal agreement with the tenants in which the seller pays a sum of money and in return the tenants vacate the premises before the closing date, and would such agreement hold over the tenants legal right to remain on premises past the closing date? Maybe. It depends on tenancy law in Nova Scotia. Notwithstanding, given that the ...


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Decisions of contract disputes are based on the clauses of the contract rather than on mere labels or titles therein. If the contract reasonably outlines your responsibilities, then that outline supersedes any meaning that could otherwise be inferred from the position title itself. You did not specify your jurisdiction, nor what the contract says with ...


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This sounds bizarre. Even if they argued that they have extended the contract without telling you, and were allowed to do this, then surely the contract also contains a clause where they are paying you. It seems they want you to do a small amount of work without payment. Look at your contract: Does it say they can extend the contract and make you work say ...


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