(c) an agreement to resolve a complaint within the meaning of this Act; Who, with the support of the Department referred to in Section 20 (1.a) or the product in question, is a guarantee – employers often seek to protect their position with respect to the faults that were found after the event, by requiring a guarantee in the compromise agreement or settlement that the severance pay is conditional on the absence of circumstances that the person would be aware of and which would give the employer the right to terminate his employment without notice. Violation of such a guarantee may allow the employer to repay the severance pay, as the worker`s insurance was false. (c) the worker by an independent adviser on the terms and effect of the proposed agreement and, in particular, on its effect on his ability to exercise his rights before the Tribunal, 3. The terms of the compromise agreements are that , (d) if the court is satisfied that the complainant or the applicant and the employer, contrary to what is mentioned in point (c), have responded to the complaint with a legally binding agreement. (f) The agreement stipulates that the terms of compromise agreements under this Act are met. In 2014, there were 18, for $537,158, an average of $29,842; in 2015, there were 14, costing $325,218, or an average of $23,230; in 2016, there were 21 agreements for $663,785, an average of $31,609. (ii) subject to the provisions of the agreement, interest under the 1985 Act on the Application of Article 2 of the Judgment (Bailiwick of Guernsey) from the date of the agreement to the payment, prescribed interest rate, and interest may be recovered as part of the payment. The Chiverton/Sahara City Co Ltd Tribunal considered an application for undue dismissal. Despite a tense working relationship that led to numerous disagreements between the parties, the dismissal was cited as the sole reason for dismissal. A letter of dismissal had been sent to the employee, indicating that the employment would be terminated ten days later due to a drop in turnover. In practice, this decision confirms the importance of carefully crafting compromise agreements. Employers should not expect a general confidentiality clause to relieve them of their payment obligations in the event of a worker`s violation. Solutions may include the development of a confidentiality clause as an express condition of the treaty; violation of a condition should allow the employer to stop payments.