Terms & Conditions Of Contract - Verification - CiteHR
View Poll Results: Does Private organisations require to weigh their contract T&C on legal grounds?
Yes, it is mandatory & advisable 0 0%
Company has rights to set t heir own T&C 0 0%
Always better to have verified it against legal ground to avoid problem 1 100.00%
There is no act which make it mandatory for private organisations 0 0%
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Dear Seniors,
I am working in a Private organisation which deals into Waste water management & environment consultants. i was asked to redraft the appointment letter & contract for regular & contract employees and get it verified by the legal experts.

1. The contract terms we are referring is for our Permanent and contract employees i.e project engineers,accountants,admin ,clearical,env specialist etc, we do not hire labours and only provide consultancy in environment.
2. We are registered as Private Limited company under Maharashtra Shops & Establishment Act.
3. We already have appointment letters with terms & conditions for Permanent and contract staff, but now managers want to get it verified by lawyers and make insertion and changes accordingly.
4. so i wanted to know, is it essential to verify the draft from lawyers and experts or it is company's wish to decide what terms and conditions they want in agreement?
5. If yes, then who are advocates who deals in labour matters for corporates and where can i contact them??

An early reply from your end will be of great help.
Thansk Regards

Yogita

Dear Ms Yogita
It always helps to get any contract T & C vetted by a lawyer. There are many lawyers available in Mumbai but i forget the names since i hv shifted to Chennai. No agreement or contract can hv T & C in violation of any law and if it is so, it will be held invalid in a court of law. So better get it vetted by a lawyer.
regards
N Ramamurthy

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