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Arresto Menor
What makes bonds legal? Or how would we know if a company can really impose such rules? Is there a government department that oversees these matters? It's just weird because our company asks you to sign to a bond upon regularization. They will even let you choose between a year or two. If i'm not mistaken, they said that the company will not give us any appraisal if we don't sign it. (am not regularized yet, i just want to get answers before i sign anything). Thanks!

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Reclusion Temporal
Yes! See this site

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Arresto Menor
Thanks for the response but you are on a completely different page.

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Prision Correccional
His response is probably based on your subject "ARE BONDS LEGAL HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES?" not because he is on a completely different page, and he probably just gave you one example of the existence of this bond's legality.

Look at your subject compared to the content of your message body it's also totally different!
If he can put a link why can't you search it yourself? Rolling Eyes Learn to expand your knowledge and observe what went wrong if you are not happy with the answer to your question. study If you know the answer why ask? scratch

reaver wrote:Thanks for the response but you are on a completely different page.

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please search 'employment bonds' in the forum. discussed extensively

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