TUPE Regulations definition

Examples of TUPE Regulations in a sentence

  • The Customer warrants that no Successor Supplier shall bring any claim under the TUPE Regulations arising out of or in connection with any actual or alleged failure of the Services Provider to provide Employee Liability Information in accordance with the TUPE Regulations.

  • Buyer and Seller agree that it is not their intention that the TUPE Regulations should apply on the entry into, alterations, termination or expiry of the Agreement for Goods or Services.

  • Where the TUPE Regulations apply, or are likely to apply, Seller shall, if required by Buyer, provide Buyer with details of the identity (to the extent lawfully permitted and subject to the requirements of applicable data protection legislation) and terms of employment of all Personnel who are then employed in the provision of the Goods and/or Services.

  • O2 warrants that no Services Provider shall bring any claim under the TUPE Regulations arising out of or in connection with any actual or alleged failure of the Customer or any Third Party to provide Employee Liability Information in accordance with the TUPE Regulations.

  • The parties intend that no O2 Employee's employment shall transfer from a Services Provider to the Successor Supplier pursuant to the TUPE Regulations as a result of the commencement of the provision of the Replacement Services by a Successor Supplier, however and whenever such commencement takes effect.


More Definitions of TUPE Regulations

TUPE Regulations means the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (S.I. 2006/246);
TUPE Regulations means the Transfer of Undertakings and Protection of Employees Regulations 2006;]
TUPE Regulations means the Danish Consolidation Act no. 710 of August 20, 2002, any other current or subsequent legislation based upon EU Directives 77/187 and 98/50 or any other applicable Law similar to any of the foregoing.
TUPE Regulations means the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (SI 2006/246).