Rahul Chhabra
Hr Professional

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We are a recruitment partner with a real estate company in Gurgaon for more than 5 months and helped to fill up two sales positions in Noida. Our agreement clearly states that the payment should be made within 45 days once the candidate joined the organization. Despite of raising so many complaints our invoices are still not cleared & the payment has been due since September 2018. Unfortunately, now they stop responding and blocked our calls. I have already dropped mails to the CEO and the senior officials as well. But didn't get any response yet.
So can we take any legal action? we have a signed agreement copy. Please suggest.

From India, New Delhi
as you have signed an agreement, what does the agreement say about "non payment of dues" and medium of settling disputes. Anyhow, you can send demand notices through a lawyer and file a civil suit in case they still dont pay.
Other option is that you talk to them and take PDC in case they are cash crunch. Punishment & recovery is stricter in cheque bounce cases.

From India, Delhi
Hi Rahul,
Thanks for the response.
We don't have any clauses for non-payment dues or medium of settling disputes in our contracts. But apart from this everything is mentioned for the payment and other points & it's fully stamped and signed by the CEO of the company.
So what action can we take or what advantages the client have?
Thanks again for your quick response.

From India, New Delhi
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