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guddubhundu2028 (n/a)     29 May 2010

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Respected All,


Can a employer remove a new joinee in probation period wihout vaid reason, what defience can a employee have regarding the same, Is there any law to protest the employees in probation period or any case in favour of such situation pl. help urgent .............

Term of employement clearly mention that a employee can be removed with one day notice or pay in lieu of notice from either side in probation period.


with regards


guddu



Learning

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PJANARDHANA REDDY (ADVOCATE & DIRECTOR)     30 May 2010

Pls go to the below citations::

 

 

1.   Managing Director, ECIL etc vs Karunakar etc on 1/10/1993 [AIR 1994 SC 1074, JT 1993 (6) SC 1, (1994) ILLJ 162 SC ]

2.       D.K. Yadav Vs. J.M.A. Industries Ltd. Dt: 07/05/1993 [1993 SCC (3) 259 ] – SC

3.       Delhi High Court [in W.P. (C) 726/2009, CM−1566/2009 Ambuja Hotels vs. IRCTC] on 16.04.2009

4.       High Court of Madras in C.R.P. (P.D.) Nos.1020, 1021 and 1022 of 2009 and M.P.Nos.1 of 2009 between The Ootacamund Club Vs H.S. Mehta (01.10.2009)

 

5.       High Court of Andhra Pradesh in T.A. Choudhary vs State Of A.P. And Ors. on 1/5/2003 [2004 (3) ALD 357]

 

I will make copies of the following and bring it on thursday:

1.       Rajasthan SRTC & Anr vs Bal Mukund Bairwa (Dt: 12/01/2009) – SC

2.       Kalra vs Project & Equipment Corporation of Indian Ltd (01/05/84) [1984 AIR 1361, 1984 SCR (3) 646] - SC

3.       State Bank of India & Ors Vs S.N. Goyal  on 02/05/2008 – SC

4.       Rajasthan SRTC & Ors vs Mohar Singh on 24/04/2008 – SC

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