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saswatabanerjeeIf the employment was accepted on false pretext, you can leave without giving notice.
However, if you have accepted and signed the appointment letter which clearly states the new term, then legally you are bound by it as you have accepted the terms.
From India, Mumbai
michealvicky2000First and foremost, you will need to document the verbal discussions that you had with your employer during the interview, so that it becomes a written document, from your side, (whether they reply with an affirmative or not) and you will have a valid reason in hand, to legally negate the letter offered under false pretense of making you expect an appointment letter.
Post that, you can justify that your leaving the employments was only due to differences in the employments terms discussed during your interview and the actual terms given in writing later by the employer.
Micheal William S
From India, Bangalore