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Hi I was a former employee of HCl technology Bangalore. I resigned because I was not getting proper payment. But HR asked 45days time for settlement but no reply from them. It's been 6months no reply at all. When I enquire they will say that they will get back to me. I have sent a legal notice also through vidikarya only... But no use. Please suggest how to proceed further.
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A. Since they have chosen to remain silent and you should move the court and file a case against them. In my experience most ot he companies try to avoid court cases and probably they will go for settlement.
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Abhimanyu Shandilya Exp: 14 Year(s) Kolkata
Dear sir My husband expired on 20th October on duty due to electrocution. I had submitted all documents to the company in January 2018. Time n again I m harassed for new documents and each time false assurance is given to me regards to closure of pf n gratuity n generating pension. But sir with heavy heart I state that even after lapse of 5 1/2 months nothing is cleared to me. I m being harassed n misbehave by the company people. Kindly help me. What action can be taken against them legally for this behaviour?? Kindly guide me sir Thanking you
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A. Dear Ma'am, It is sad and unfortunate that your deceased husband's employer is not paying due respect and attention to your need. If this continues then I would suggest that you send them a legal notice followed by either complaining to the appropriate authority or filing a case in appropriate court or forum.
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Abhimanyu Shandilya Exp: 14 Year(s) Kolkata
Sir, I am salaried employee of IT company. I want to enter in business with my brothers and form the LLP. I will be the silent partner in LLP. Please let me know in what are the legal implication being salaried employee of other company and being silent partner in LLP.
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A. You can be a silent or sleeping partner but need to be careful that you don't take any executive role as that would clash with your present employment. If you need you can speak to me and get all information on this. You can ask team Vidhikarya for an appointment with me.
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Posted 9 months ago

Hi I joined an MNC company 4 months ago as a contract employee. From the date of joining they didn't pay me my allowance. I have sent many emails Before 20 days I sent an email stating if it continues the same I am going to resign. After that I resigned but they didn't accept that dey Wer asking me to surrender laptop. Wen I asked to settle my allowance they said they will go legally to get laptop. They even contacted my frndz to convince me I surrendered the laptop now but there is no reply for my mails now They were asking us to work 7 days a week but no payment so I resigned Please advise how to claim my money now Thanks in advance
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A. Do you have the offer letter with you? if yes, then immediately consult a lawyer and send them a legal notice asking them to pay your due salary to them. You still can take stricter legal action but they would be time consuming.
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Abhimanyu Shandilya Exp: 14 Year(s) Kolkata
I have joined an organization in Sep 2017 in Bangalore, and on 21st Feb 2018 my Managing Director called me and said “since the department which I am working hasn’t met the target, hence they are doing the cost cutting. For the same I have to resign. Also they forced me to resign on the same day. Which I did. Also at the time of Joining I have signed the appointment letter in which it is written that on parting ways- both the side can give 1 week notice before leaving or before being fired. I am married with having 3 year old kid. Apart from that My Mother (61years) & my Father (77 years) stay with me. And finding it very difficult to sustain. Also it is been 2 month now, and I am yet to get a Job. Now would like to ask to legal experts can I go against my company and file a legal case on it (on my eviction, that too without any notice.) asking for compensations. Company Headquartered – Gurgaon Job Location - Bangalore Please suggest.
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A. Dear Client, In private jobs your rights are limited to the extent that are mentioned in the employment agreement and offer letter. So, if you think that they have fired you without following the terms and conditions of the employment agreement then you can sue them for breach of agreement.
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Abhimanyu Shandilya Exp: 14 Year(s) Kolkata
Dear Sir/Madam, We plan to manufacture jewellery using additive manufacturing techniques in India(Bangalore and Mumbai), and sell them in Bangalore.The cost of manufacturing it would be around Rs 35000-40000.But we plan to do price gouging, and sell them for a whopping Rs 2 lakh.We have ABSOLUTELY NO problems in passing on the GST profits to the consumer, and we are NOT going to lie about anything.But we do plan to conceal our manufacturing costs from our prospective buyers.Is it legal to do all this ? Please tell me ONLY the legal implications and not the ethical implications.If it is illegal, is there any way out and also point out the exact sections of the IPC that this will come in the purview of.In other words, how to we properly implement this scheme so that we do not end up breaking the law in any way whatsoever ? Thank you.Hope to hear from a legal consultant soon.
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A. India has a free economy and prices of goods and services are regulated mostly, automatically, by the market forces and the customers rather than the regulators, except for those products which directly under the control and regulated by the government like oil, gas, kerosene, etc. For example seller A can sell his product with a 10% margin and seller B can sell with 500% and these are their choices. It is upto the customer to either buy from seller A or B. Unless you are playing in a sector where the government has set up rules at the profiteering like banking and financial services where you can not have too high rate of interest, you are free to do what you want to. You must hire a lawyer to provide you indepth understanding of gems and jewellery sector and all the laws and regulations that govern them.
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