Deed of Release (Redundancy)

Deed of Release (Redundancy)

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated February 25, 2021
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
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A Deed of Release (Redundancy) can be used when you have terminated an employee due to redundancy. Customisable and ready to use in under 5 minutes.

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Document Overview

A Deed of Release (Redundancy) is to be used upon the termination of an employee. This deed is to be signed by the employee, finalising all outstanding issues between the employer and employee. This Deed of Release (Redundancy) will allow you to cover any final payments, releases, confidentiality and warranties by the terminated employee. This deed will also allow you to deal with future issues smoothly, such as contractual claims or claims arising out of the termination of employment.

Use this Deed of Release (Redundancy) if:

  • You would like to finalise all outstanding issues between you and the terminated employee.

What does the Deed of Release (Redundancy) cover?

  • Payments;
  • Releases;
  • Confidentiality; and
  • A warranty by the terminated employee.

Other names for Deed of Release (Redundancy) include:

  • Deed of Termination.

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