akshatak
i just wanted to know . when a contract is signed and if i have a right to terminate it ..... is there any provision for the other party to terminate the same on his account ??

when can the opposite party revoke any contract (note : the terms to terminate is only one sided that is our company ) but still do the other party have any right to revoke the contract ??

From India, Mumbai
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R.N.Khola
Labour Laws & Ir
Malikjs
Gm (hr)
Jai1736
Labour Laws, H R Management
Leges
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malikjs
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dear
if you have made any contract in which you have kept provision that you only can terminate the contract ,others can not.than this contract is void abnitio.both parties should have same right to terminate the contract.i think you have got the answer of your both questions.
you have made a contract whenever you want someone to terminate you terminate and when others want to terminate he can not terminate .it seems that still u want to have bonded labour.
tks
j s malik

From India, Delhi
akshatak
thanks for the reply ... its not that we have any provision that only i have a right to terminate but since we have made a contract in such a way that its written with in it that we can at anytime terminate this contract but its nowhere written about any rights of the other party ...so just wanted to confirm............. take care
From India, Mumbai
R.N.Khola
351

Dear Jhwahar, This is a matter of Contract Law & not of Contract Labour (R&A) Act,1970. Regards, R.N.Khola Skylark Associates, Gurgaon (Labour Law & Legal Consultants) 09810405361
From India, Delhi
Jai1736
3

Hi
Please note that all employment contracts need to be bilateral. Any unilateral contract which gives right of termination to management ( with advance notice or pay in lieu of ) but no similar right to the employee is not a valid service contract.
Best
Jai.

From India
leges
Even if there is no explicit termination clause, party claiming breach of contract or non-performance by other party can always give termination notice. Even in absence of clause, party can terminate provided same is based on some valid ground, force majeure etc. This is principle of natural justice, equity and fairplay by which all contracts are guided.
From India, Patiala

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