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1 Nullity of Agreement on Mon Oct 31, 2011 3:30 pm


Arresto Menor
hi, i hope you can help me...

i am about to resign but upon reading the Quit Claim form, I found out that some of the terms are quite unfair

first, it was stipulated that I need to declare that i do not know any illegal actions that the company has taken

second, that i will not take any legal actions upon my resignation

lastly, that i have no grievance towards the admin and other people in the company

My question is, if an agreement constitutes terms that are unfair to me (plaintiff), shall the agreement be null and void even if i sign it?

I honestly want to file a case but i need to sign this form for me to get the payments due to me

thank you

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2 Re: Nullity of Agreement on Mon Oct 31, 2011 5:37 pm


no, you have a choice whether to accept the terms or not. there have been cases where waivers have been annulled by the court, but I always counsel my clients to think about the risk if they intend to file suit against the company because the waiver will be used against them

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