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6 months back i have joined a company and signed on a BOND (on company letter head) for 2 years and condition is if i break the BOND i have to pay 1Lakhs as the compensation now recently i got admission in an reputed MBA college(As i want to go for MBA) i have left that company and joined MBA , few days back i got legal notice from the company stating that i have breached the bond and i have to paya sum of 1Lakh as compensation stating that they have trained me but i joined their as an exp employee not trainee and i have proof of all timing sheets which states that they have assigned me project task not training.

like me my colleague also got facing the same problem he didnot accept that legal notice sent from the advocate will he get another notice.

i have one more doubt kindly clear it

How many time does an advocate sends the legal notice if we keep on refusing to take showing several reasons and what will hapen.

is there any law that he should send the notice till i recieve it ?

can he file a case in court if i refuse to take the Notice at the FIRST time ?
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6 months back i have joined a company and signed on a BOND (on company letter head) for 2 years and condition is if i break the BOND i have to pay 1Lakhs as the compensation now recently i got admission in an reputed MBA college(As i want to go for MBA) i have left that company and joined MBA , few days back i got legal notice from the company stating that i have breached the bond and i have to paya sum of 1Lakh as compensation stating that they have trained me but i joined their as an exp employee not trainee and i have proof of all timing sheets which states that they have assigned me project task not training.

like me my colleague also got facing the same problem he didnot accept that legal notice sent from the advocate will he get another notice.

i have one more doubt kindly clear it

How many time does an advocate sends the legal notice if we keep on refusing to take showing several reasons and what will hapen.

is there any law that he should send the notice till i recieve it ?

can he file a case in court if i refuse to take the Notice at the FIRST time ?
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Hi Everyone Can anybody please tell me about the legality of an employment bond. I am working in the HR Dept of a company and we are planning to introduce employment contract for software developers to prevent them from sharing the software developed for the company with anybody outside the company.
Would appreciate if anyone can share a sample Bond.
Regards
Hi Everyone Can anybody please tell me about the legality of an employment bond. I am working in the HR Dept of a company and we are planning to introduce employment contract for software developers to prevent them from sharing the software developed for the company with anybody outside the company.
Would appreciate if anyone can share a sample Bond.
Regards
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