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How can I sent reply to legal Notice sent to me by my ex employer

Hi, My ex employer was threatening me that he will take legal action against me, he claims I've been working in another company apart from working in his company. He didn't even cleared by 2 months salary and was threatening that company franchisee gone negative coz of me. Company has lost money coz of me. I left the company coz he never gave salary on time, and 2 months salary also pending. Now a legal notice was sent to my home, which will be delivered soon. Should I need to receive the no
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Posted on 30th Oct, 2018
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Advocate Bharat
Answered on 10-Dec-18
just take the legal notice and explain all the details to your lawyer he will deaft the apporiate legal notice reply and sent it back to him.
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Advocate Jasneet
Answered on 04-Dec-18
Once you have received and reviewed the contents of the legal notice, you would ideally be expected to reply to the same so as to prevent the Employer from taking any further legal action. You should engage a lawyer who can prepare a reply to the legal notice on your behalf, by highlighting the discrepancies on the part of the Employer itself. If required, you can also make a counter notice demanding your two months salary which remains unpaid by the Employer.
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