High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Scally v Southern Health and Social Services Board  1 AC 294 is an English contract law case, concerning implied terms.Dr Scally and three other doctors were employees of the Southern Health and Social Services Board in Northern Ireland. They had not worked the requisite 40 years before retirement to get full superannuation (or pension) benefits. But by law they could "top up" their payments within twelve months of beginning their jobs and get the full entitlements. Their employer did not tell them this. So they failed to get better rates.