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to enable the PCT to issue invitations to offer for the future provision of the Services or to provide the Services itself.

19.2

Where, in the opinion of the PCT, the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 1981 are likely to apply on the termination or expiration of the Contract, the information to be provided by the Contractor under Clause 19.1 shall include, as applicable, accurate information relating to the employees who would be transferred under the same terms of employment under those Regulations, including in particular (but not limited to):

19.2.1

the number of employees who would be transferred, but with no obligation on the Contractor to specify their names;

19.2.2

in respect of each of those employees, their dates of birth, sex, salary, length of service, hours of work and rates, and any other factors affecting redundancy entitlement, any specific terms applicable to those employees individually and any outstanding claims arising from their employment;

19.2.3

the general terms and conditions applicable to those employees, including Whitley Council provisions, probationary periods, retirement age, periods of notice, current pay agreements and structures, special pay allowances, working hours, entitlement to annual leave, sick leave, maternity and special leave, injury benefit, redundancy rights, terms of mobility, any loan or leasing agreements, and any other relevant collective agreements, facility time arrangements and additional employment benefits.

19.3

Where the Services are to be retendered or offered to another external supplier, the PCT shall take all necessary precautions to ensure that the information referred to in Clause 19.1 is given only to Replacement Contractors who have qualified to offer for the future provision of Services.  The PCT shall require that such Replacement Contractors shall treat that information in confidence, that they shall not communicate it except to such persons within their organisation and to such extent as may be necessary for the purpose of preparing a response to an invitation to offer issued by the PCT and that they shall not use it for any other purpose.

19.4

[The Contractor shall indemnify the PCT against any claim made against the PCT at any time by any person in respect of the liability incurred by the PCT arising from any deficiency or inaccuracy in information, which the Contractor is required to

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