Wrongful Termination Legal Notice
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- Mumbai High Court
- Sessions Court
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Along with creating a tailored strategy that safeguards your interests
- Criminal complaint Under section 498A of Indian Penal Code, 1860 and its proceeding before CAW cell
- Petition for Divorce under various grounds as per Hindu marriage Act viz.
- Petition on the ground of mutual consent
- Petition on the ground of Contested Divorce
- Petition on the ground of cruelty
- Petition on the ground of Desertion
- Petition on the ground of impotency
- Petition on the ground of adultery
- Petition for Custody of children under provisions of HMA, 1955
- Application for seeking Interim maintenance and expenses by wife
- Application for restitution of conjugal rights
- Suit for partition of the joint property owned jointly by husband and wife
- Employment agreement
- Job offer letter
- Termination/resignation letter
- Past payslips
- Any written/ recorded communication with the employer regarding the matter
Frequently Asked Questions
A legal notice is usually sent by an advocate on the behalf of his\/her client. Although it is not mandatory for a person to send a legal notice through an advocate, it is advised that it is sent after taking legal assistance and through a lawyer. Once a legal notice is sent, you cannot make any amendments to it and you cannot contradict the statements and information that you have already mentioned in the legal notice. It is very important that your legal notice is drafted elaborately in legal language covering all things that you demand from the opponent. Therefore, it becomes necessary to engage a qualified Advocate to draft the legal notice.
If the employer does not respond to the legal notice, you can proceed to file a case against the employer for the relief you have sought in the legal notice. In case you wish to file a case against your employer, you can avail our service. We will help you connect with an expert employment lawyer, who will file your case.
Generally, sending a legal notice settles many disputes. In most cases, it is found that a legal notice has prompted the partner\/ spouse to take immediate action within the time limit provided, without the necessity to take the matter to the court. Legal notices have played a very important role here. It all depends on how the notice is drafted the focus is on resolving the issue at hand and not to create tension.
It is always advisable to reply appropriately to a Legal Notice. No Reply to a Legal Notice can be used against you by the opposite side, if it opts to proceeds to the court. The reply should be given within the stipulated time mentioned in the legal notice. If a reply is not sent for a legal notice, the other side may use it to their advantage at the time of filing of case in the Court. If you believe that the notice sent or the information in the notice is not accurate, and you need to contest and require legal help, approach a qualified lawyer who can take the necessary actions. In case you have received a legal notice, you can avail our service. We will connect you to an expert lawyer who will help you reply appropriately to the legal notice. In such a case, after considering your side of the matter, the opposite party may not proceed with the case.
Notice for wrongful termination can be sent on the following grounds: Employee was forced to resign Employee was not served notice before termination Employee was terminated on false grounds Employee terminated during maternity leave
You can get the following reliefs: Payment of outstanding salary Interest on the outstanding salary Compensation in lieu of notice period Compensation for breach of employment agreement Compensation for loss of reputation and opportunity caused due to such termination Cost incurred towards litigation Compensation for mental harassment Reinstatement in the service with back wages.
Steps to Follow
STEP 1: REQUEST
Once you send in a request, our lawyer will get in touch with you to understand your requirements
STEP 2: DRAFTING LEGAL NOTICE
Within 3 to 4 working days our lawyer will prepare the draft and share it for your review and approval
STEP 3: LEGAL NOTICE DISPATCHED
Once you approve the draft, the lawyer will send the legal notice on his letterhead