Unpaid Salary Recovery Notice

If your salary has been blocked by your employer, you must send a legal notice for the recovery of the same to ensure that you receive the money due to you along with all benefits, additional pay and perks. In most cases, when you show your intent to initiate legal actions against the employer, the issue of unpaid dues get resolved. You must quick action for the recovery of your unpaid dues as the legal notice should be ideally sent within 90 days of the salary is due.

You must hire the top employment lawyers in your locality through Legistify to increase the chances of recovery of your unpaid dues by sending a legal notice that is well-drafted and good in law.   

Draft & Send Notice for Unpaid Salary Recovery
At INR 1999

What You'll Get In The Package

Inclusion

  • 20 minutes consultation and advice from the top employment lawyers to get acquainted and discuss the work to be undertaken
  • Drafting of the legal notice to be sent to you for approval
  • Drafting of final legal notice incorp
  • The lawyer shall not undertake any work in addition to drafting of the legal notice
  • You may hire the lawyer for any additional employment disputes that you may have
  • orating your suggestions (if any)
  • Dispatch of the legal notice to your employer

Exclusion

  • The lawyer shall not undertake any work in addition to the drafting of the legal notice
  • You may hire the lawyer for any additional employment disputes that you may have

Documents Required for Sending Legal Notice to Employer for Unpaid Salary

  1. Copy of employment contract
  2. Proof of unpaid salary through bank statements, etc.
  3. Appointment letter
  4. Details of your salary, benefits, pay and perks

Procedure for Sending Legal Notice to Employer for Unpaid Salary

  1. You must hire the top Employment lawyers in your locality to help you draft a legal notice for the recovery of unpaid dues to be sent to your employer.
  2. The legal notice shall be drafted and sent to you for approval.
  3. The final legal notice shall be drafted incorporating your suggestions(if any).
  4. The legal notice shall be sent to your employer by registered post.
  5. The details of the registered post will be shared with you.

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FAQs

When should I send a legal notice to the employer after salary has been due?
You must send a legal notice to your employer for the payment of outstanding unpaid dues after you have left the company or if your existing employer is not paying your salary. The legal notice must be sent within 90 days of the payment is due to you. Sending a legal notice helps in informing your employer of your intention to initiate legal action in case the salary remains unpaid and may even resolve the case without you having to go to Court.
What if the company is refusing to pay me even after I sent a legal notice?
A company cannot refuse to pay the money that is legally and rightfully due to you. The amount that is due to you depends largely on the appointment letter that was given to you and if, according to its terms, a sum of money is due to you, you are entitled to receive the same. You may hire the top employment lawyers in your locality to initiate legal action and recover your unpaid dues.
What documents are necessary as proof of due salary?
You must collect the following documents to prove that your employer owes you money: 1. Copy of employment contract 2. Proof of unpaid salary through bank statements, etc. 3. Appointment letter 4. Details of your salary, benefits, pay and perks
What legal action can I take if my employer is not paying me the salary due to me?
If your employer is not giving you the salary that is due to you, you must take any of the following steps: 1. You must send a legal notice demanding the unpaid dues. This should be the first step irrespective of whatever subsequent steps that you intend to take. Most cases of this nature get resolved at this stage only. 2. You may proceed with arbitration proceedings if the employer doesn’t take immediate legal action after receiving the notice. 3. You may approach the Labour Commissioner if there is a no arbitration clause in your employment agreement. The Commissioner shall act as a mediator between you and your employer. If s/he is unable to resolve the matter, s/he shall refer your matter to a Court of law. 4. You may approach the labour court after the Commissioner refers your case to the same. 5. If you have an executive position in your company, you may also file a civil suit.
When can my employer legally withhold money from my salary?
Your employer may be able to withhold your salary legally if you have violated any terms of your employment contract such as violating the term of giving a notice period before leaving the company. If you have caused damage to any amenities given to you by the company or you have failed to return it (such as a car, laptop, phone, etc.), your employer can withhold the salary due to you as compensation for the same. Certain other circumstances such as these may be valid grounds for your employer to withhold your salary legally.
How long does it take to draft and send a legal notice for unpaid salary?
Legistify provides you with the services of the top lawyers in your locality to help you draft and send a legal notice for the recovery of unpaid dues within the reasonable time at affordable prices, with no hidden costs.
Does a company have the right to withhold my salary if I resign?
Your company may withhold your salary only if you have resigned in violation of the terms of your employment contract. If you have not given notice of your resignation for the period as specified in your contract, your salary may be withheld. However, if you have given due notice before resigning and have abided to the terms of your contract and to the existing laws in India, the Company has no right to do so.
Can my employer withhold my EPF amount?
Your employer cannot withhold your EPF amount under any normal circumstances. However, if there exists any provision in your employment warranting the deduction or non-payment of EPF under any circumstances, your employer may withhold the same.
Can I send a legal notice to my employer for partial non-payment of dues?
Yes, you may send a legal notice to your employer for any illegal unpaid salary, whether partial or in full.
Can I send a legal notice to my employer for non-payment of bonus due to me?
Yes, you may send a legal notice to your employer for any illegal unpaid salary, whether partial or in full.