I am an IT contractor engaged with a new client via an agency. The contract period is through to 31 October 2015. Last Friday - September 4 and six weeks into that contract - I terminated the agreement/contract providing two week's notice that was in keeping with clause 11.1 ... "11. TERMINATION 11.1 <Agency> or the Contractor may terminate the Agreement prior to the expiry of the Contract Term by proving two (2) week's written notice. 11.2 Not withstanding clause 11.1 <Agency> may terminate this Agreement during the Contract Term on written notice to the Contractor if at any time: (c) the Client terminates it's contract with <Agency> or directs <Agency> to withdraw the Contractor." The Agency accepted my written termination including the two weeks notice period on September 4 and that was followed by verbal acceptance by the Client who accepted my two weeks notice but requested that I finish up at the end of that day. The Agency verbally confirmed my entitlement to two weeks of additional pay in lieu of my written notice. Today - on September 8 - the Agency informed me that I would not be paid for the two weeks as the Client - after both the Agency and the Client had accepted my notice - terminated the agreement as per clause 11.2 (c) ... clearly after the acceptance of my notice of termination. Where do I stand in regards to being paid for the two week notice period under Employment Law?