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Please find attached Madras High Court Judgment / Payment of Gratuity Act of 4 years and 240 days, as minimum eligibility criteria for claiming gratuity.


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pv - 
Thanks Ms. Nair for Madras High Court Judgement. I would like people like you also respond to my querry on Gratuity posted on 31-05-10 and 01-06-10. This way lot of exchanges on the matter will help us all.

Thanks again
PV

Hi Thanks for the input. This helps to build up the knowledge bank for any person. Keep in up. Regards

ash.rushi - 
Dear Mr. Nair, Thanks for posting Madras judgement. It is really mostly useful to every one. Regards, Aswhini.

pradeepanckumaran - Contributing Member
Hi Shweta I think you have shared a very very useful information. thanks a lot. Regds Pradeepan

Dear Sweta, thank you for your effort in uploading the Madras High Court judgement. Very informative and very useful. Regards SB Sebastian

gerry303 - Contributing Member
Thanks for the post. It’s been long since I kept myself abreast of latest developments in Law and this is certainly welcome.

Thats a very good judgement. Actually the provision is itself made in gratuity act. But we people are not allowing to enjoy the rights to our employees. Dr. C V Ambilwade, Ph. D. (HRD)

Is there a judgement on similar lines from the Supreme Court? Please advise and if possible please upload the judgement for all. Regards SB Sebastian

N.PRADEEPBABU - Contributing Member
Thanks for uploading the Madras High Court judgment on gratuity, keep uploading useful judgment. With regards



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