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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 -  Member Since: Dec 2006
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

satyen.chakraborty -  Member Since: Oct 2008
Hi Thanks for the input. This helps to build up the knowledge bank for any person. Keep in up. Regards

ash.rushi -  Member Since: May 2010
Dear Mr. Nair, Thanks for posting Madras judgement. It is really mostly useful to every one. Regards, Aswhini.

pradeepanckumaran -  Member Since: Mar 2010
Hi Shweta I think you have shared a very very useful information. thanks a lot. Regds Pradeepan

Basil Sebastian -  Member Since: Nov 2007
Dear Sweta, thank you for your effort in uploading the Madras High Court judgement. Very informative and very useful. Regards SB Sebastian

gerry303 -  Member Since: Jul 2008
Thanks for the post. It’s been long since I kept myself abreast of latest developments in Law and this is certainly welcome.

C V Ambilwade -  Member Since: Dec 2009
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)

Basil Sebastian -  Member Since: Nov 2007
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 -  Member Since: May 2010
Thanks for uploading the Madras High Court judgment on gratuity, keep uploading useful judgment. With regards




 
 
 
 





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