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Hi Linus,
It can vary from company to company on whether they prefer to issue both offer letters and appointment letter separately or on whether they may issue a single letter to serve the purpose of both the offer and appointment.
Some companies may put in information which only someone who has accepted the offer and is appointed for the job, needs to know. For such companies the appointment letter would contain more details than the offer letter and the appointment letter would be binding.
For some companies, they may add penalty clauses in the offer letter, in case the candidate after accepting the offer does not join for employment.
So, whether you are joining a company with or without the appointment letter when you already have an offer letter from the company, it all depends on how the company prefers to conduct the process, as long as they are not breaching any of the legal employment norms laid out by the government.

From India, Bengaluru

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