ceaseless, consecutive, constant, continual, continuing, endless, extended, following, incessant, never ending, perennial, perpetual, progressive, prolonged, repeated, running, sequential, steady, sustained, unbroken, unceasing, unending, unfaltering, unintermittent, unintermitting, uninterrupted, unremitting, unstopped, without cessation, without interruption
associated concepts: continuous absence, continuous account, continuous activity, continuous adverse possession, continuous and unbroken, continuous and uninterrupted use, continuous course of business, continuous crime, continuous disability, continuous easement, continuous guaranty, continuous injury, continuous nuisance, continuous possession, continuous residence, continuous servitude, continuous tort, continuous use, continuous wrong, continuously carry on, continuously confined, continuously disabled, continuously employed
adjacent, chronic, consecutive, constant, continual (perpetual), direct (uninterrupted), immutable, incessant, perpetual, persistent, progressive (going forward), relentless, unrelenting, unremitting
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
To qualify for many of the protections under employment legislation, the qualifying employment period must be continuous (Schedule 13 Employment Protection (Consolidation) Act 1978. For unfair dismissal and redundancy, two years' continuous employment is required. The two year qualifying period does not apply in cases of sex and race discrimination. The tribunal will assume continuity unless the employer proves otherwise. The rules as to continuity are particularly complicated and if you are trying to demonstrate a break in continuity, legal advice is essential.
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