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Pay and Benefits Magazine published on February 25 2013 reporting on recent employment tribunal case ? that of Knight v Guildprime Specialists Contractors Ltd  All ER (D) 243 (Jan).
It is summarised in the article that "The employee agreed to monthly deductions to cover loan repayments for a car. On his contract termination a large amount of money was deducted to cover the loan. The work made a claim of unlawful deduction of wages which was eventually dismissed because the employee had agreed it."
The article further explains that "In the letter offering the worker employment the employee agreed to loan him a sum to buy a vehicle. The costs of the loan would be deducted from his wages. He signed a contract of employment which allowed the employee to make deductions from his wages to repay any loans made to him. In May 2010 his employment was terminated and œ4147.15 was deducted from his final salary to pay off the loan."
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The above-mentioned article tells us that "The employee started proceedings in the employment tribunal for unlawful deduction from wages and unfair dismissal. The employment tribunal dismissed the unfair dismissal claim. In respect of the wages claim the loan arrangement was an agreement regulated by the Consumer Credit Act 1974 but it was not in the proper format and was therefore unenforceable. The tribunal refused an application by the employer for an adjournment to allow it time to research the CCA point. The employer appealed against the tribunal decision on a wages claim."
We are then informed that "The employer submitted inter-alia that there had been an ambush by the tribunal by the introduction of the CCA and that there was unfair fairness of the way that it was dealt with. Further the employer submitted that there was no substance in the CCA point and the claim should be dismissed. The appeal would be allowed."
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