Dinesh DivekarDear Captain Rockx,
On the demise of the father, son gets the employment on compassionate ground in the same company where the father was working. But then if the father is dead, then how he will give an authorisation letter?
There appears to be a clumsiness in your post. Please write clearly what exactly has happened along with the dates in chronological sequence.
From India, Bangalore
captain-rockxThe letter of authorisationwas given by my father before death to the cooperative bank and the organisation he is working in as the security of loan dues against cooperative society.the bank has 2 securities of loan 1- six guarantors for loan and an mandatory rule to insure with a insurance cover
From India, Kanpur
firstname.lastname@example.orgThis is the third posting regarding the same subject matter by the same person. In the first thread (https://www.citehr.com/627451-any-pr...ml#post2462402) I have made the following suggestion:
"Such recoveries are improper are illegal in terms of e Central Government Account (Receipts and Payments) Rules, 1983.
Even otherwise, it is settled law that the liability of the legal heir for the debts incurred by the deceased is limited to the estate they have inherited. Appointment on compassionate ground does not count as 'estate inherited'.
However, it could be that some colleagues/friends/relatives would have been the surety for the loan availed of. If so, non-settlement of the outstanding amount is bound to complicate the issues."
From India, Kochi
saswatabanerjeeYes, it is interesting that Mr. Rocky is posting the matter again and again.
It seems for some reason, he is not satisfied that he is being given a certain reply. He wants a specific reply and will continue to post till someone says exactly what he wants to hear
From India, Mumbai
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