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The London Government (Probation Staff and Property) Order 1965

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4.—(1) Every probation office or other person transferred by Article 1 or 2 to the employment of a probation committee shall, so long as he continues in that employment by virtue of the transfer and until he is served with a statement in writing of new terms and conditions of employment, enjoy terms and conditions of employment not less favorable than those he enjoyed immediately before 1st April 1965. The said new terms and conditions shall be such that—

(a)so long as he is engaged in duties reasonably comparable to those in which he was engaged immediately before 1st April 1965, the scale of his salary or remuneration, and

(b)the other terms and conditions of his employment,

are not less favourable than those he enjoyed immediately before 1st April 1965, and any question whether duties are reasonably comparable as aforesaid shall be determined by a referee or board of referees appointed by the Minister of Labour after consultation with the Lord Chancellor.

(2) A written statement given in accordance with section 4(1) of the Contracts of Employment Act 1963 shall not be regarded as a statement of new terms and conditions of employment for the purposes of this Article unless the statement so indicates.

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