In 1951, the court upheld that it is not a must for the notion of control to exist in a contract (Fudge and Erick, 53). This was in a ruling that involves the dispute between the ministry of Health, and an individual known as Cassidy.
Lord Denningagrees with this notion in 1953. In the case involving Von Handel en Scheepvaart, and Slatford (Fudge and Erick, 39), the lord ruled that a servant participates in the affairs of the organization, and obedience of the organization ordersdoes not make him/ her a servant.
Chemical Cosmetics is legally responsible for the actions of Martins, and the court will award damages against them. In the case of Bazley vs. Curry, the court was of the opinion that an employer is legally responsible for the action of his employees, while they are on duty. This case was settled in