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13

Tahsas 17/1998

16378

Corporal Getachew Bayu v. Social Security Authority of Benishangul Gumz Region

3

100

the effect on pension of a retired civil servant who has been rehired in another public organization

Proclamation no. 46/53, proclamation no. 209/55 Art.   30(2)

24

Ginbot 28/2000

25899

Social Security Agency v. Seyum Kassa

5

369

a civil servant retired on pension shall refund pension payments made to him if he is rehired in public agencies for either definite or indefinite period

proclamation no. 209/1963 Art. 30(2)

32

Tikimit 2/2000

25511

Ethiopian Development Bank v. Aberaraw Kefyalew

6

313

no severance payment to an worker whose contract of employment is terminated lawfully

Proclamation No. 377/2003 Art. 39

47

Tikimit 13/2001

35197

Awash International Bank S.C. v. Eferem Newaye Mariam et.al.

8

99

a worker who benefits from provident fund cannot claim severance pay

 

54

Hidar 2/2001

36377

Ethio-Djibouti Railway Enterprise v. Teshome Kumma

8

114

the definition of "work day" in the labor proclamation

Proclamation No. 377/2003 Art. 27(3)

55

Hidar 2/2001

37048

Midroc Construction Ethiopia PLC v. Sahlu Mitiku

8

116

a worker who benefits from provident fund cannot claim severance pay

 

70

Tahsas 9/2001

37551

Dekamyeleh Tibebu v. Arsho Medical Laboratory PLC

8

157

a worker whose contract of employment terminated voluntarily can only be paid the provident fund or severance pay only if it is provided under the collective agreement

 

94

Sene 18/2001

39861

Ethiopian Telecommunication Corporation v. Samson Beletkachew

8

221

when termination of contract is lawful, no severance or damage shall be paid

 

97

Hamle 21/2001

42906

Ethio-Japan Textile s.c. v. Tigist Mammo et. Al.

8

228

an employer is not duty bound to effect miscellaneous payments to a worker whose contract of employment is terminated because of government retirement directive except the worker has not reached the retirement age

 

99

Hamle 21/2001

39808

Nazret Soap Factory v. Zewda H/mariam

8

233

a worker who is entitled to pension payment upon termination of a contract is not entitled to severance pay

Proclamation No. 377/2003 Art. 39 Proclamation No. 494/2006 Art. 2(2) (f)

109

Hidar 01/2002

44410

Leyli Redu v. Dire Industries PLC

9

207

a worker who leaves his job voluntarily will be paid severance pay if and only if he has served for more than 5 years

proc. No. 494/2006 Art. 2

113

Tahsas 15/2002

47469

Ethiopian Electric Power Corporation v. Seyum G/Tsadik et.al.

9

217

Retired workers who have been rehired for definite period of time do not have the same right of benefits as regular employees

Proclamation No. 377/2003 Art. 10

116

Yekatit 11/2002

46276

Tendaho Sugar Factory Project v. Haile Yimam et. Al.

9

225

no severance pay for a retired worker who is covered by civil service pension scheme

Proclamation No. 494/98 Art. 2/2(f) እና (g)

117

Yekatit 25/2002

42985

Wood Metas Nuro Import and Export v. Hunegnaw Sete et.al

9

227

If an organization is permanently closed because of bankruptcy or for some other reasons workers are entitled to severance pay. The employer is duty bound to give notice to workers when conditions arise which possibly bring about the permanent closure of the organization.

 

161

Ginbot 15/2003

65427

Meta Abo Brewery S.C. v. W/medhin Reda

11

 

compensation to be paid to a worker covered by civil service pension scheme

Proclamation No. 377/2003 Art. 9/1/

167

Yekatit 10/2003

61872

Ethiopian Pulp and Paper S.C. v. Abdulkadir Adem

11

 

Severance pay for a civil servant who is not member of defense force when he leave his job voluntarily

Proclamation No. 345/95

169

መጋቢት 23/2003

61843

Seifu Nasser v. Addis Ababa Justice Bureau

11

 

The law applicable regarding disputes related to civil servants and time limit to present an appeal and the manner in which leave to appeal entertained when the time lapses.

Proclamation No. 515/99 Art. 76/2/ Proclamation No. 6/2000

174

Megabit 18/1999

18495

Ethiopian Roads Authority v. Aminat Gebeyehu

11

 

Severance cannot be paid where the worker died for reasons not related to his work.

 


AAU LLM Thesis (Links)

WATER USE AND THE QUEST FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EASTERN NILE BASIN: AN INTERNATIONAL LAW ANALYSIS

The Ethiopian Legal Regime on Plant Variety Protection: Assessments of Its Compatibility with TRIPS Agreement, Implications and the Way Forward.

The Emerging International Law on Indigenous Peoples’ Rights: A Look at the Ethiopian Perspective

The Legality of the Indictment of President Omar Hasen Al-Bashir by the International Criminal Court Under International Law

The African Internal Displacement Problem and the Responses of African Union: - An Examination of the Essential Features of the AU IDPs Convention

THE RECOURSE TO USE OF FORCE IN THE POST COLD WAR ERA: A CRITICAL ANALAYSIS OF THE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL.

The power of the SC to adopt and refer a resolution to the ICC prosecutor for crimes committed by presiding Head of States/Governments: with special emphasis on President Al-Beshir of the Sudan”

The EU-ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific) Economic Partnership Agreements and their Implications for Ethiopia

AFRICAN UNION PEACE AND SECURITY COUNCIL: TO COMPETE OR COMPLEMENT THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL?

The Right to Asylum: A Case Study with Particular Reference to Somali and Eritrean Asylum-seekers and Refugees in Ethiopia

RIGHTS IN DISPLACED SITUATIONS: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS OF REFUGEE WOMEN AND GIRLS IN ETHIOPIA

THE LEGAL BASIS OF REPARATION CLAIM FOR CLIMATE CHANGE DAMAGE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW: THE PERSPECTIVE OF VULNERABLE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

PROTECTION OF TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE UNDER INTERNATIONAL AND ETHIOPIAN LAW WITH A PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO TRADITIONAL MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE: CURRENT TRENDS, PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES

Biopracy:International perspective and the case of Ethiopia (Legal and Institutional Regime)

The Response of the African Union to the North Africa Revolutions of 2011: Critical Analysis on the African Union Normative Frameworks Governing Democracy, Constitutionalism and Unconstitutional Change of Government

THE UNITED NATIONS’ RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT CIVILIANS FROM MASSIVE HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN LIGHT OF THE INTERVENTION IN THE LIBYAN CRISIS IN 2011

Critical Assessment of the Role and the Response of the African Union and Subregional Intergovernmental Organizations in Combating Climate Change

RECOGNITION OF GOVERNMENT IN THE REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: THE CASE OF AFRICAN UNION

Review of Acts of International Political Organs: The African Union Approach