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Resigned employees with unliquidated cash advances

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agb


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Good day!
Is there a possible case that can be filed to a resigned employee that has unliquidated/unreturned cash advances from the company he/she's been separated from for at least 1 year?

If yes, what kind of complain and what if he/she expresses that he/she is willing to pay the unreteurned amount in installment..

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attyLLL


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it can be a collection case or a criminal case, depending on the facts. installment would be best to make payment possible


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agb


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What's the difference between collection case and criminal case? Can the company put interest on the unliquidated advances and how long an employee can pay the amount in installment?

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attyLLL


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one results in just payment, the other payment and jail.

they can demand interest, but you can refuse and force them to just file a case against you. installment is based on agreement of the parties.


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agb


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what will be some of the major grounds that can result for this to be considered as criminal case?

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