9. Termination of Employment

(1) Where, in terminating the employment of an Employee, the Employer fails to give the applicable period of notice in accordance with Section 56(2) (if applicable) (or the Employer fails to pay the Employee in lieu of the applicable period of notice), the Employee may apply to the Court for a declaration to that effect and the Court shall order the Employer to pay to the Employee a sum equal to the wages that the Employer would have otherwise been obliged to pay to the Employee under the Employee's contract of employment during or in respect of what should have been the applicable period of notice (or, where the Employer has given a period of notice (or made a payment in lieu of notice) but that period of notice (or payment in lieu of notice) is less than that required under Section 56(2), during or in respect of the period equal to the difference between the notice given by the Employer and the full period of notice required under Section 56(2)).
(2) Where an Employee terminates his employment and fails to give the applicable period of notice in accordance with Section 56(2) (or gives a period of notice less than that required under Section 56(2)) the Employer may apply to the Court for a declaration to that effect and the Court may grant the Employer such remedies and compensation to be assessed in accordance with English common law.
(3) Where an Employee terminates his employment for cause in accordance with Section 57(2), the Employee shall be treated for the purposes of Section 56(2) (and Section 9(1) of these Rules) as if he had been dismissed by the Employer and accordingly, in accordance with Section 9(1) of these Rules, may apply to the Court for a declaration under that Section of these Rules and the Court shall order the Employer to pay to the Employee a sum equal to the wages that the Employer would have otherwise been obliged to pay to the Employee under the Employee's contract of employment during or in respect of what should have been the applicable period of notice required to be given by the Employer to the Employee under Section 56(2).
(4) Where, following the written request of an Employee in compliance with Section 58, the Employer:
(a) fails to provide the Employee with a written statement of the reasons for the Employee's dismissal within 14 days of the date on which such request was received by the Employer; or
(b) provides reasons which are inadequate or untrue;
the Employee may apply to the Court for an award that the Employer shall pay to the Employee a sum equal to two weeks' basic wages.
(5) Where, in terminating the employment of an Employee, the Employer fails to pay an Employee a gratuity payment in accordance with Section 60 (if applicable), the Employee may apply to the Court for a declaration to that effect and the Court shall order the Employer to pay to the Employee a sum equal to the gratuity payment that the Employer was obliged to pay to the Employee under Section 60 (or, where the Employer has paid a gratuity payment but such payment is less than the gratuity payment calculated in accordance with Section 60, a payment equal to the difference between the payment made by the Employer and the full gratuity payment calculated under Section 60).