Formation and Internal Structure
This chapter considers when or in what conditions the law will recognize that a personal employment contract has been validly made and has come into existence, and also what internal structure the law accords to personal employment contracts. Topics discussed include the role or function of the conditions of formation, contractual intention and the formation of personal employment contracts, legality and the informal economy, restraint of trade and economic freedom in the formation of personal employment contracts, the two-level structure of personal employment contracts, and contractual continuity of employment.
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