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Your employment contract will state what you notice period is and when it runs from, ie, Your notice period usually runs from the start of the day after you handed your notice in, in which case it could end on the 28th Dec. However the contract could state 3 clear months notice in which case that would be October, November and December, the last day of December being the last day. You would need to look at the employment contract to see what it actually says, if it is the latter it wold be a shame to the employer if you suddenly came down with sickness or illness on the 28th December, no one can control when sickness happens ?
Then in that case it is three months form the day after you give that notice.
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No, as the contract has no been breach until that date has passed. It means someone there just does not know their own employers contract.