57. Termination for cause

(1) The Employer may terminate an Employee's employment without notice for cause. Termination by the Employer for cause means termination due to the Employee's conduct in circumstances where a reasonable Employer would consider immediate termination to be warranted.
(2) The Employee may terminate his employment without notice for cause. Termination by the Employee for cause means termination by reason of the Employer having —
(a) committed a crime, the commission of which has a material and detrimental impact on the Employee;
(b) committed a repudiatory breach of a provision of the contract of employment; or
(c) materially contravened these Regulations, which contravention has a material and detrimental impact on the Employee.
(3) Termination for cause does not include termination under section 31.