kkgr2001 Started The Discussion:
Hi All,

If your PF account is inactive for more than 3 years(e.g you have neither transferred nor withdrawn the PF for last 3 years), and if you need to settle the claim, you may need to submit Indemnity bond along with Form 19 and Form 10 C. I have recently received the required format from Regional PF office and attached here with. Hope it would be useful for a needy hand.
Posted 14th January 2011 From India, Mumbai
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Thanks for the updates. Can this be submitted in any PF office or in same office where PF account was open. Kinldy help in this matter. With Regards, Rajesh C Ranadive
Posted 16th January 2011 From China
Can anyone let me know what should be the cost of the stamp paper on which this form to be executed?
Posted 29th October 2012 From India, Bangalore
for affidavit cum indemnity bond we got to make it only on 20 Rs stamp paper with notary attested Regards Nirmal
Posted 9th January 2013 From India, Madras
Thanks for updates like this which are really very much useful. I really get benefitted from this site and its content.
Posted 31st January 2013 From India
sir i am worked subhiksha trading services pvt ltd from 15.08.2005 to 30.06.2007 but till now i am received my pf because i don’t know of my pf a/c no please help me
Posted 18th January 2015 From India, Hyderabad


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