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Model letter—Confirmation that individual covered under corporate immunity agreement

[Public Prosecution Service of Canada Letterhead]

[MODEL LETTER - CONFIRMATION THAT INDIVIDUAL COVERED UNDER CORPORATE IMMUNITY AGREEMENT]

[Date]

[Name of individual]

[Company]

[Address]

Dear [INDIVIDUAL X]

Subject: X LTD. - Immunity Agreement - [INDIVIDUAL X]

This is to confirm that [X LTD.] has entered into an immunity agreement, ("corporate immunity agreement"), attached as Appendix 1, with the Director of Public Prosecutions of Canada pursuant to the Competition Bureau's Information Bulletin entitled "Immunity Program Under the Competition Act", attached as Appendix 2. The corporate immunity agreement covers you as a [SELECT - current, former, director, officer, employee or agent], subject to your full disclosure and cooperation, as described in the corporate immunity agreement, which governs the terms and conditions of your eligibility for immunity.

You confirm that you have read and understood the corporate immunity agreement and have had an opportunity to consult with Canadian legal counsel in respect of this agreement.

By signing a copy of this letter you acknowledge your full and voluntary acceptance of the terms and conditions of the corporate immunity agreement pertaining to individuals and agree to be bound by them.



Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada
as represented by the Director of Public Prosecutions of Canada

Per:

insert name and title of counsel for the Public Prosecution Service of Canada


[INDIVIDUAL X]


[insert name of counsel for
INDIVIDUAL X


Or witness

We can provide you with confirmation letter samples and other Sample Letter templates which you may use for different transactions and processes.

Confirmation Letter – Sample Confirmation Letter

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The right to a permanent contract - Regulation 8

Under Regulation 8 of the Regulations, employees have the right to regard their position as permanent if the following conditions are met:

  • the employee is on at least their second contract with the same employer or the contract has been previously renewed; and
  • the employee has at least four years' continuous service; and
  • the use of a fixed-term contract was not justified on objective grounds.

The four years' service must be continuous with the same employer, it does not however affect your rights if you have worked in different departments or had changes to your contract in that period.

Some breaks in service may be regarded as a temporary cessation of service and not a break in contract. This will be determined on a case-by-case basis but seek advice from your LA/branch or regional office if you think this may apply to you (for example, if your contract terminates every June and a new one is issued every September).

Whether or not the use of the fixed-term contract is justified on objective grounds will be determined on a case by case basis. If UCU has made a collective agreement with your employer setting out objectively justified reasons for the use of fixed-term contracts then that will determine whether or not your post should be regarded as permanent or remain as fixed-term.

Whether or not your post is permanent after four years is a matter of fact in law - you do not have to do anything nor do the regulations require the employer to take any action.

However, if you believe that by virtue of Regulation 8 you are a permanent employee, you can request in writing from your employer a statement that your contract is no longer fixed-term and that you are now a permanent employee. Your employer must respond within 21 days of your request either:

  • confirming that you are a permanent employee or
  • providing a statement that your contract remains fixed-term including an explanation of any objective justification for such an assertion (Regulation 9).

If the employer asserts that your post remains fixed-term or does not reply you can apply to an employment tribunal (ET) for a declaration as to whether or not, by virtue of Regulation 8, your post is permanent. You must still be employed by the employer to apply to the ET.

The declaration from the tribunal will determine whether or not you are a permanent employee. However, the effect of such a declaration is to remove the clause in the contract that restricts the duration of the contract, eg the end date. It will not alter any other clauses in the contract and is not a legal protection against redundancy.

You should seek advice from your local UCU branch/LA before taking any action.

If, in consultation with your LA/branch, you decide to write to your employer requesting confirmation of permanence a model letter is provided below. You can also download this text of these letters here: requesting confirmation of permanence from your employer - draft letter [92kb]


Model Regulation 9 letter - requesting confirmation of permanence

Please ensure you have involved your local UCU representative before submitting this request.

To [The Director of Personnel/ Human Resources for your employer

Including full address]

From [Your full name, job title and workplace address]

Date [.........]

Dear [Insert name]

Fixed-term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002

I have been employed by [name of employer] since [date employment commenced]. I am now on my [nth] contract/my contract was previously renewed on [insert date of last renewal]* (*delete as appropriate).

I do not believe that there are any objective justifications for my employment to be on a fixed-term basis.

I therefore believe that I have the right to regard my position as permanent in accordance with Regulation 8 of the above Regulations.

I am formally writing to request from my employer [name of employer] a written statement confirming that my contract is no longer fixed-term.

I would be grateful if you would provide the statement to me within the statutory 21 days defined in Regulation 9.

Yours sincerely

[...........]

cc [The UCU officer dealing with your case]

  • If the employer responds setting out the objective justification for the retention of your fixed-term contract please seek advice from your LA/branch.
  • If, in discussions with your local/regional representative you decide that you do not wish to pursue the case at the current time you may wish to submit a letter similar to the one below.
  • It will not affect your legal position if you do, or do not, submit such a letter.

Letter rejecting objective justification provided by employer

To [The Director of Personnel/ Human Resources for your employer

Including full address]

From [Your full name, job title and workplace address]

Date [.........]

Dear [Insert name]

Fixed-term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002

Thank you for your reply to my recent letter which I received on [insert date of receipt].

You stated in your letter that you believed that there was objective justification for the use of my fixed-term contract. You gave these reasons as [insert details provided by employer].

I do not accept that the reasons given amount to objective justification for the use of a fixed-term contract such that regulation 8(2)(b) is satisfied.

I hereby give notice that I reserve the right to regard the provisions in my contract that restricts the duration of my contract as having no effect and to regard my status as that of a permanent employee. I also reserve the right to apply to the Employment Tribunal for a declaration to that effect.

Yours sincerely,

[...............]

Cc UCU officer dealing with your case

  • If your employer responds citing fixed-term funding as the reason for denying you a fixed-term contract, and following discussions with your local/regional representative, you may wish to refer your employer to the case of Ball v Aberdeen University in which the tribunal rejected the university's case that short term funding could automatically provide a justification for employment on a fixed term.

    A model letter is set out below.

Letter challenging objective justification of fixed-term funding provided by employer

To [The Director of Personnel/ Human Resources for your employer

Including full address]

From [Your full name, job title and workplace address]

Date [.........]

Dear [Insert name]

Fixed-term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002

Thank you for your reply to my recent letter which I received on [insert date of receipt].

You state that the objective justification for the use of my fixed-term contract is that there is no guarantee of funding beyond the end date of my current contract.

However, I would like to draw to your attention the case of Ball v Aberdeen University taken under Fixed-term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002.

In this case the University of Aberdeen refused Dr Ball a permanent contract under the Regulations on the grounds that his post was funded by a fixed-term research grant beyond which funding could not be guaranteed.

Dr Ball took his case to a tribunal who rejected the University of Aberdeen's case that short term funding could automatically provide a justification for employment on a fixed term.

On the facts of the case, the tribunal found that that the university could not establish objective grounds for continuing Dr Ball's employment on a fixed term basis and therefore gave a declaration that Dr Ball could consider his post as permanent.

I believe the facts of my case are very similar to those in the Ball v Aberdeen University case and I therefore do not accept that the reasons given amount to objective justification for the use of a fixed-term contract such that regulation 8(2)(b) is satisfied and I would ask you to reconsider your position in light of the Ball case.

I hope that you will be able to reconsider your position and provide confirmation that I can regard my post as permanent. In the absence of such confirmation I hereby give notice that I reserve the right to regard the provisions in my contract that restricts the duration of my contract as having no effect and to regard my status as that of a permanent employee. I also reserve the right to apply to the Employment Tribunal for a declaration to that effect. I hope such steps will not be necessary.

Yours sincerely,

[...............]

Cc UCU officer dealing with your case

  • If you receive no response and following discussions with your local/regional representative, you may wish to acknowledge the employer's failure to reply by sending a further letter similar to the one below.

Letter following employer's failure to respond

To [The Director of Personnel/ Human Resources for your employer

Including full address]

From [Your full name, job title and workplace address]

Date [.........]

Dear [Insert name]

Fixed-term Employees [Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment] Regulations 2002

I have been employed by [name of employer] since [date employment commenced]. I am now on my [nth] contract/my contract was previously renewed on [insert date of last renewal]* (*delete as appropriate).

On [date] I submitted a regulation 9 letter under the above regulations requesting confirmation that my contract is no longer fixed-term .

The regulations require the employer to respond within 21 days of receipt of my letter and either

  • Confirm that my post is permanent under the regulations; or
  • Confirm that my post is not permanent under the regulations (i.e. objective justification).

In my case it has done neither. Therefore the university has failed to meet the requirements of regulation 9.

I therefore give notice that I reserve the right to apply to an Employment Tribunal who may consider the lack of response in any consideration of my case and infer facts from this.

Yours sincerely

[...........]

Cc UCU officer dealing with your case


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Confirmation letters are used by an entity to provide information about the acceptance of a request or an approval of a particular process or transaction. It can also be a letter with regard to a religious practice that a person would want to involve him or herself with. You may also see Letter Samples.

Confirmation letters are very essential for the person to whom it is for so that he or she can be aware of the purpose why a confirmation letter has been given. We can provide you with confirmation letter samples and other Sample Letter templates which you may use for different transactions and processes.

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Job Confirmation Letter

A job confirmation letter is sent by a company to the successful applicants who are subjected for employment. A job confirmation letter includes the following information:

  • The name of the person to whom the job is being offered
  • The professional job position being offered by the company
  • The starting date of employment
  • The terms and agreements of the employment
  • The salary that will be initially given to the applicant for a certain period of time should he or she accept the employment offer
  • The supervisor of the employee to whom he or she will report to

Confirmation Request Letter

A confirmation request letter is sent by a person who want to undergo the sacrament of confirmation in religious faith. A confirmation request letter includes the following information:

  • The willingness of an individual to be confirmed by faith
  • The expectations of the teenager after the confirmation
  • The preparations that the person has done for the sacrament

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Meeting Confirmation Letter

A meeting confirmation letter is sent by an executive to the members of the board or other people who are requested to attend a specific meeting. A meeting letter includes the following information:

  • The topics that will be talked about during the meeting
  • The time that the meeting is expected to start
  • The expected duration of the entire meeting
  • The updates and reports that are needed to be given and delivered by the attendees of the meeting
  • The location of the meeting
  • The items and/or materials that are needed to be present in the meeting as they may be used as references in specific meeting discussions. You may also see employee recommendation letters.

It is very important for a specific meeting to be confirmed so that employees can set aside their activities and other scheduled activities for them to be able to attend the meeting. You may also see conformation of retirement letters.

Other Kinds of Confirmation Letters

Aside from the samples of confirmation letters and their functions that have been discussed above, here are more samples of confirmation letters used in different functions and processes:

There are other samples of confirmation letters that may not be included in this list but are also essential documents for the processes that they are involved in. Other than our confirmation letters, you may also download our Letter of Employment Templates, which you may use for different transactions in the work environment.

A confirmation letter validates an oral agreement, an authorization, a directive or a decision. This is actually a correspondence which is sent to confirm or.

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A confirmation letter validates an oral agreement, an authorization, a directive or a decision. This is actually a correspondence which is sent to confirm or.

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