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Logan v Celyn House Ltd - constructive dismissal: fundamental breach must be a reason, but need not be "principal reason", for resignation

For a claim of constructive unfair dismissal to succeed, the resignation must be in response to a fundamental breach of contract. However, that breach need not be the only reason for the resignation; nor, indeed, must it even be the principal reason.

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