this is not testing sir. this is called sharing of knowledge or exchange of knowledge.from discussion many a times we know many new things which we either didn't know or not correctly know. you leave it. you don't know the answer. otherwise you would have answered instead of posting useless replies.
may be you have assisted her. I congratulate you for that. very good way to use this forum for advertisement. but still I would say the time you are wasting in writing those posts could be spent on answering my query. a single post would have worked. for your information I also tell you that in this forum once a guy(a lawyer to be precise!) asked whether a confession can be treated as an 'evidence' as per sec.3 of evidence act. at that time I didn't told him that "u r an advocate...u can find this ans etc. etc". rather I searched for the ans and provided it to him within 2 days. might be he knew the ans or not. but what I lose by answering his query. i was satisfied that at least I learnt something by helping that guy.
I have signed a BOND AGREEMENT with a Co in a A4 SIZE WHITE PAPPER ( NO STAMP PAPER ) to continue for 3 ys in the co the Agrrement is on two parts - 1.First Part Indicates myself as a Retainer 2. Second Part indicates as a Employee . But the agreement clearly does not spoke anything about my Employment benefits and moreover the Co used to send me to KOLKATA after every month so I decided to quit the Co but they are seeking to sue against me
My question is that by signing on a white paper ( No stamp paper ) can a Co Suceed .
First of all in your case you have signed an employment contract. so without perusing the terms & conditions of the contract itself nothing can be advised to you. Secondly, the agreement which you signed,is it a bond or an unilateral contract? Thirdly, does the contract contain any specific provision about the procedure if an employee wants to leave the company, what are his rights & duties? Fourthly, was there any witness when you executed the contract who has seen you signing the agreement with your free will? all these things need to be cleared first.
Success of company may not be dependent upon signing an agreement on white paper if the company otherwise able to prove that a valid contract was entered into between you and company with free consent of both the parties.
So I suggest you to seek advice of a local advocate alongwith a copy of the contract in question.