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What to do if you have worked for someone for 4 months and that person is refusing to pay? What action could be taken in order to get my payment

I have worked at a dance class for 1 year and 2 months but since last 4 months they are refusing to pay me what should I do im a student .
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Posted on 16th Aug, 2018
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Answered on 30th Aug, 2018
Hi, Did you signed any agreement with them before joiny their institute?
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Answered on 16th Aug, 2018
In this case first issue a legal notice to the Employer to abide by the Employment Contract , if any. In case of falure to doe so, file the civil suit for specific performance of Contract and damages suffered.
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Answered on 16th Aug, 2018
In this case, if there is an Employment Contract at the time of employment, then they have to abide by the same. If they fails to go with it, fitst send the legal notice for claiming your dues. In case of failure by them to abide , then file the suit for recovery on the basis of terms agreed between Employer and Employee. Moreover, you can also Initiate civil suit seeking specific performance of the contract as well as damages.
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