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Raise the question with your employer If you believe that you are an employee and not a contractor then there is presumably something you want from your employer. This may be additional wages and entitlements that you would have or will become entitled to for past or future work respectively. Or you may have been injured and want workers' compensation. Or ...


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Presumably the fear was that a law or policy governing the public authority might say one thing, but if an official assured a member of the public to the contrary, then the MoP could then require the authority to comply with the official assurances instead of their policy. Thus the official could unilaterally force the public authority to change its ...


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There is such a law, full text here. Under the Anti-Spam law, you cannot install software on another person's device without express consent, if this is "in the course of commercial activity", see §8(1). This seems to have generated a small meme about computers no longer working, but not justifiably so. Section 8 lists cases where express consent is ...


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Something's not right here ... You say you are a "contractor" but you have "scheduled shifts"? At first blush, it sounds like you are an employee. Answer these questions: Can you decide when you will perform the work? Can you decide where you will perform the work? Can you decide how you will perform the work? Do you provide your own tools and equipment? ...


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No and possibly. The two-year reference would not require you to remain employed for two years. It pertains (and this is the potential problem) to the amount of time after you leave your employment during which you would be prohibited from competing with your former employer. You should note, however, that most jurisdictions limit the enforceability of ...


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What is a legal document? I don’t know what people mean when they say ‘a legal document’ – usually when I’m being contrary I say something like ‘you mean that, at law, it is a document’. To be honest, I'm as confused as Mr. Eburn about what you mean by "legal document" but I think you are using the term to mean a document that must be produced as a ...


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