LEGAL SENSE (Hint 39)
by ANSLAM C. AGIM, ESQ
“Termination Of Master And Servant Employment Relationship”
Master and servant employment relationship is mostly regulated by the terms of the contract of employment/service between the master and the servant
Master and servant employment is the category of employment usually engage in the private sector. It is not regulated by statute, hence, the servant does not have statutory protection.
The common law principle for termination of pure master and servant employment relationship is that the master (employer) has the right to hire and to fire any servant (employee) with or without reason at any time. The master is only required to comply with the terms of the employee’s engagement. See, CHUKS V. COMP-GEN., N.P.S (2018) ALL FWLR (PT. 944) PAGE 737 @ P. 773, PARA D.
Legal Authority: CHUKS V. COMP-GEN., N.P.S (2018) ALL FWLR (PT. 944) PAGE 737 @ P. 773, PARA D.
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