Indemnity agreement for work-related injury revoked for obvious unfairness
This briefing from King & Wood Mallesons looks at how an indemnity agreement for a work-related injury was revoked for obvious unfairness.
In December 2011, Mr. Zeng was injured during his underground work and was sent to hospital for medical treatment. Prior to the work capability appraisal, Zeng entered into an indemnity agreement for work-related injury (the Agreement) with his employer in which the employer agreed to make a one-off payment in the amount of RMB 47,000 to cover all the loss suffered by Zeng…
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