|North Riding Garages v Butterwick|
|Court||Court of Appeal of England and Wales|
|Citation(s)|| 2 QB 56|
North Riding Garages v Butterwick  2 QB 56 is a UK labour law case, concerning redundancy.
Mr Alexander Butterwick had been the car repairs shop manager for North Riding Garages for thirty years in Whitby, Yorkshire. He could not cope with new working methods introduced by the business owners who bought out the company in 1965. This involved more paper work and providing estimates to customers in advance.
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