Buckland v Bournemouth University - a repudiatory breach of contract cannot be remedied so as to preclude its acceptance by the wronged party

The Court of Appeal (1) confirms the EAT's ruling that the "range of reasonable responses test" plays no part in establishing whether there has been a fundamental breach of contract, such as to support a claim of constructive unfair dismissal; and (2) confirms that a repudiatory breach of contract cannot be remedied so as to preclude its acceptance (in an employment context by resignation) by the wronged party.

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