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I JOINED IN A COLLEGE and submitted my original certificates but SOME CIRCUMSTANCES I LEFT THE COLLEGE and asking to pay 6 months' salary , I was paid the amount due to I want experience letter and for certificates now i want file case against on that organisation ,now my question is how can i approach to file a case in court

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A.Dear Client,
First of all why you want to file the case against the organisation. What are the difficulties you were or are facing then you can send a legal notice against the organisation. And may file a suit against them.
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