Case - Gryf-Lowczowski v Hinchingbrooke

[2005] EWHC 2407(QB), [2006]IRLR 100 ICR 425 (HC), Queen's Bench Division - Lord Hendy QC

A surgeon's contract of employment had not been terminated by operation of the doctrine of frustration. There was a realistic possibility of him obtaining a "re-skilling" placement that would enable him to return to work, so it could not be said that his contractual obligations had become incapable of performance.

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