Payment by employee towards full and final settlement + get releiving letter
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Payment by employee towards full and final settlement + get releiving letter

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I need advise for my following conern.

I had resigned from a company 2 years back. At that time they had given me a full and final settlment letter stated that I need to pay Rs 23,673 for some dues and after i pay they would do the closing formalities like providing me the Releiving Letter and also Form 16 of year 2006-07

I am ready to pay the amount now to get my releiving letter and Form 16 because i have to file me return which is already too too late.

I do not want to argue or anything, but just send the money and get my docs.

Please provide me a draft sample letter i should send with the cheque of Rs 23,673 so that everything i need is i have asked and all is done from my side by sending the amount.


chandra Bhushan Sharma - Member Since: Mar 2009
Dear Mr. Ramesh, enclosed please find the sample letter for final release. Hope it will work for you. Thanks & Regards, C. Bhushan Sharma

chandra Bhushan Sharma - Member Since: Mar 2009

Ref. : XYZ/2008-09
Date : .03.2009

HR Manager,
Corporate HR Department,
XYZ Ltd.
New Delhi

Sub. : Submission of due amount.

Ref. : Appointment / confirmation letter no. _________ dtd. __________

Dear Sir,

Reference above, enclosed please find herewith DD or Cheque of Rs. 23673.00 (Rupees _____________) towards full and final payment of my due as intimated by you vide your letter no. _____ dtd. ________.

Further, requesting you to please issue a final discharge/ relieving letter alongwith Form-16 for the year _______ 2006-07.

You are requested to kindly arrange to send the same at your earliest please.

Thanking you,

Yours Faithfully,

Your name (ABC)

Encl. : as above.

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