Absconding case if not relieved properly

2018-06-21 20:27:06

I got relocated without my consent, and while relocating I received transfer benefits and some advance.

After three months of relocation, I got new offer and have resigned.

Now the company is asking me all the benefits for relieving, and I'm not in the condition to repay. While hiring company is denying for taking me without relieving.

I tried to negotiate for the amount which my company has asked but they are not responding. Please suggest what must I do?

If you don't have a copy of your contract, request a copy of it (send your request by certified mail, and in your mail ask that the copy is sent to you by certified mail).

Companies can ask for things (and often do) that aren't required. This will likely result in them either sending it to you or not. How you proceed from there depends.

No contract sent - Any process like this, clarification of contracts is nearly always legally recognized as 'moving forward' with the issue. If they don't respond to your

  • If you don't have a copy of your contract, request a copy of it (send your request by certified mail, and in your mail ask that the copy is sent to you by certified mail).

    Companies can ask for things (and often do) that aren't required. This will likely result in them either sending it to you or not. How you proceed from there depends.

    No contract sent - Any process like this, clarification of contracts is nearly always legally recognized as 'moving forward' with the issue. If they don't respond to your request for your contract, you can pretty much ignore them until they respond; if they try to flip it into a lawsuit of some kind, if you have the certified mail receipt and a copy of the letter you sent with it, then the fault will likely be considered with them for not following through with your reasonable request. If they don't have a legal leg to stand on, you can expect them to never respond as they hope their mistake will just quietly fade away without their practices gett

    2018-06-21 20:44:31