Ajar-Tec Ltd v Stack - failure to agree remuneration does not automatically preclude existence of employment contract

A contract of service, or for services, can in principle exist even if the parties have not agreed the amount of remuneration - a term can be implied that the employee will be paid for work done on a quantum meruit basis.

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