Kalps
Hello Experts, I am currently residing in USA. In 2010 I worked for an Indian MNC. Now as I requested a reference letter they are asking for an Indemnity Bond which should be signed by me and authorized by the Indian Notary public in a 20rs stamp paper.

Please advise on how to do it as I am not in India.

From United States, Irving
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Dinesh Divekar
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Dear Kalps,

Is it that the MNC is your ex-company and you have changed your job and as a part of the background verification, a reference check is being made? Is my understanding correct?

However, for reference check why a company is asking for an "Indemnity Bond" is not understood. The definition of indemnity is protection against future loss or legal exemption from liability for damages. By providing a reference to your current/future company what your past company will incur loss? By providing a reference what damage your past will incur so that they want a legal cover against the damage?

Suppose a company is taking their employees to a resort for some event. If the company seeks a letter of indemnity from the employees then it is understandable. But your case is different.

Please clarify the context of the indemnity bond.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore

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