Subjected to unpaid salary in your job? If your employer holds back your salary, you can file a suit for its recovery and safeguard your rights under various laws. However, before you take legal action in court, it is recommended that you send a legal notice to your employer as a final request for clearing off the dues. Takelegal.in has assembled a team just for that – experienced lawyers adept at drafting!
Once you have submitted your request for our Legal Notice for Unpaid Salary service through the form on this page, we will assign a representative to your request within 24 hours of form submission. The representative will contact you for more details about your issue. Takelegal.in’s team of subject-matter experts will evaluate the facts and documentation submitted by you and devise an efficient plan to take action against your employer.
Our experienced drafting team at Takelegal.in will draft a legal notice and present it to you for approval. Once you are satisfied, Takelegal.in’s Noticeman will send the legal notice to your employer on your behalf.
Takelegal.in believes in speedy resolution of matters. To create a mechanism of smooth functioning, Takelegal.in advises you to submit the following documents the earliest:
According to the Limitation Act of 1963, a person can file a suit anytime within 3 (three)
years from the date of non-payment of the salary.
In India, a suit for non-payment of salary can be filed under the Indian Contract Act of 1872, Payment of Wages Act of 1936, Industrial Disputes Act of 1947, and Shops and
Establishment Act of 1948.
Through the legal notice, the following options are available to you as an unpaid employee:
A lawyer or attorney sends a legal notice on a client’s behalf. It is strongly recommended
that a legal notice be sent through a lawyer as it is important that your legal notice is drafted perfectly and includes everything you want from the other side.