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Must a contract of employment be in writing?
Section 2 of the Employment Act 1955 defines that a contract of employment does not have to be in writing. However, Section 10 of the Employment Act 1955 states that a contract of employment for a specified period of time exceeding one month or for the performance of a specified piece of work where the time reasonably required to complete the work exceeds one month shall be in writing.