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posted 1 month ago

Q.Violation of service agreement
Respect all,
I have joined a company on April 8th. And I have worked there till 29th of April. And for that I got my salary of those 22 days.
And due to family reasons I have to go back to my hometown. And I won't be able to join back the company. So I told this thing to my company, about my family problem and tried everything to convince them even my family tried convincing them.
But they are not ready to accept this.
and now the issue is that I have signed a service agreement with the company and submitted a cheque of 75000.
But I didn't signed appointment letter with the company. As I do not have any appointment letter so I'm not officially appointed by company yet
Now They have submitted the cheque but as I don't have that much amount on my account so they won't be able to take there payment.
Now they sent me a legal notice for making payment of cheque.
Please suggest me what can I do for this.

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Shreyash Mohta

Experience: 1 Year(s)

Responded 1 month ago

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A. ) Send a legal notice as soon as possible.

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J S Pawar

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A. ) Need to see the agreement or appointment letter and other terms n conditions. Once u issue any cheque primarily u r obliged to honour it. If u r not due to pay them, u can subsequently recover the money u paid unnecessarily. The best way sort it out before it goes to Court.

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Rameshwar Dadhe

Experience: 2 Year(s)

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A. ) You will need to send legal notice through lawyer immediately

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Adv. Swapnil S Bhalerao

Experience: 3 Year(s)

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A. ) Hello,
You may reply to the legal notice through your lawyer and mention the reason of your dis-continual of service. Moreover, since you are not appointed officially and neither have you signed any such document, you are not liable to pay such amount to them.
Hope that helps!
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