Disputes in jurisdiction of Delhi courts - means we can not do any legal action out of Delhi? - CiteHR
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Disputes will be subjected to the jurisdiction of Delhi courts. It is written in appointment letter means we can not do any legal action out of Delhi?
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Dear Amit,
If the appointment letter is one concerning an employee of workman cadre, then only the place of work decides the jurisdiction of resolution of any industrial dispute between the employer and the employee. It can neither be the place of the registered office of the employer nor any place so mentioned by him in the appointment letter.
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