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I have been relieved of my duties by making me sign the resignation letter on 5th of Oct. without any prior notice saying that company is in very bad position is not able to manage this number of employees. I have not been paid salaries of last six months. That day while taking the resignation they have given me PDC's total amounting to the five month salaries. They promised that the full-n-final (which includes one month salary and one month notice period salary) will be done before Diwali festival. But they have not yet done the full-n-final.
They want to give the PDCs for the full-n-final and make us sign the ful-n-final statement.
I want to know how valid these PDCs would be and what would happen if company is declaired bankrupt. Also should I take the full-n-final PDCs and sign the respective document which has no mention for the PDCs of the salary that is pending.
Please Guide me what should I do..........

From India, Ambala
Brother: You can sue them if the PDC's bounce and they should be very well aware of this. There has been a recent notification issues by the SC over the cheque bounce case under negotiable instruments act, which states that a cheque bounce could attract. Do some research: Google it or talk to a lawyer.
Trinity Morpheus

From United Kingdom, London
Dont sign any such documents ask them to give your pending amount.
You can also sue them for making you suffer so much. I am not an expert in legal matters but I think you can always counter them, as you have a strong case.

From India, Mumbai
Will I be getting the receipt or a copy of full-n-final after signing it and what other documents would I be getting...
From India, Ambala
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