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Deed of Release (Redundancy)

Deed of Release (Redundancy)

Pendlebury, B; Margow, E, 2014

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This is a precedent deed of release customised for use upon termination of employment due to redundancy.


Format: Word document delivered by email within 24 hours
Page length: 5


This precedent document is a template deed of release (redundancy).

The release has been customised for use upon termination of an employee by an employer due to redundancy.

The precedent contains clauses relating to:
• payments
• releases
• confidentiality
• a warranty by the terminated employee

Sample document
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This precedent is also available via subscription to the Australian Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents.

Related documents
• Redundancy termination letter
• Redundancy policy / redundancy clause
• Termination letter - termination on notice or payment in lieu of notice
• Termination letter - termination for poor performance
• Termination letter - termination for serious misconduct
• Deed of release (termination)


This precedent has been co-authored for LexisNexis by Brooke Pendlebury, Principal, Pendlebury Workplace Law, Sydney and Elise Margow, Principal, Legally Speaking, Melbourne.


Brooke Pendlebury
Having established Pendlebury Workplace Law in May 2006, Brooke brings over eleven years’ experience in advising employers and employees on all areas of workplace relations and employment law. Brooke is also an adjunct lecturer in law at the University of NSW and the Macquarie Graduate School of Management.


Elise Margow
Elise Margow is the Principal of Legally Speaking, a firm that assists businesses to overcome legal challenges in a cost-effective manner while achieving commercial goals. Amongst other things, Elise advises clients about employment contracts, termination and retrenchment procedures. She also conducts seminars on industrial relations matters including appropriate behaviour in the workplace, how to avoid sexual harassment occurring in the workplace and the art of successful negotiations.


This document is part of a LexisNexis suite of Employment Law precedents prepared with the assistance of Specialist Editor Justine Turnbull, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw Australia.

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