shivgopal Started The Discussion:
if company issues an address proof certificate for an employee. in case of fraud by that employee in Bank loan case, then company will be liable as a guaranteer or Not ??
Posted 26th May 2008 From India, Ahmadabad
Depends on the terms and conditions on which Loan was given to him..but i dont think Co. ca be held as a guaranteer..in my opinion
Posted 26th May 2008 From India, Delhi
Dear Shiv
Providing address proof certificate and signing guarantee is two different issues and so Co cannot be called as guarantor if it has given address proof certificate.
But co. should have made resonable enquiry before providing the said ceritficate.
Regards
Posted 26th May 2008 From India, Vadodara
yes my friend above is correct,

U SHOULD KNOW DIFF BETWEEN GIVING GUARANTEE AND JUST GIVING ADD PROOF CERTIFICATE...


i laugh at these organisations , iwe tell we live here they dont beleive us , but if our tells that we live here , they beleive, but it is we who tell company that we live here ...

he he he he
Posted 26th May 2008 From India, Pune
Providing Address Proof can never make the employer a guarantor for the loan to be taken. Address proof only states that the employee is working for the organization and resides at the address mentioned as per the records submitted by the employee.
Posted 8th September 2008 From India, New Delhi
why should a company issue the Address Proof, when employee himself cannot give any proof for his temporary address.
So I feel that the company is not the authorized organization in issuing the address proof. Nevertheless the company can ask for the self attested affidavit about his residence and then issue the address proof from the company.
Please highlight the legal consequences if the company issues the address proof.
Posted 7th November 2008 From India, Madras
Dear All,

Hi i am working in a consulting & ITES co. I need of staff address proof format, certificate for recognition, Salary revised / salary decrement, do mail me if possible so that I can select the best format acoording to company need.

my email ID:

Thanks&regards
vikash
Posted 27th November 2009
Its wil be better to mention that "This is as per or document or information provided by employee,We do not conduct thorough check of employe adresses" to be on safer side.
Posted 27th November 2009 From India, Delhi
moojo 
lol.. certainly true. by the way you really stay that above address (Dubai Kuruk Sand ) ? :D
Posted 28th November 2009 From India, Madras
This is what we follow at our company(Certificate for Address Proof). Kindly check with others also.
Posted 30th November 2009 From India, Madras
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Dear All,

Nowadays banks ask for certain documents towards proof of address :

1. PAN Card forwarding letter
2. Passport
3.Voter's ID card
4.Driving Licence
5.Telephone Bill
6. Electricity Bill

The employer can ask any of the above documents from the employee which should be self attested by the employee and based on such documents the employer can issue a certificate enclosing the self attested document received from the employee. This will help the employer to remain in a safe zone in the event of any problem.
Posted 1st December 2009 From India, Calcutta
If employee have such certificates he/she will not requires address proof from company. Company can provide address proof to employee as per there records without any verifications. No legal issues.
Posted 4th September 2012 From India, New Delhi



 
 
 
 







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