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1 Breach of Contract on Thu Nov 24, 2011 3:17 am

virgo


Arresto Menor
Dear Attorneys,

Meron akong job offer from Singapore based firm, but I'll be working from home dito sa Pilipinas. Nakasign na ako sa contract, pero ayaw ko na tumuloy.Pwede ba nila akong idemanda, kahit di pa ako nagsisimula na magtrabaho sa kanila? Sinabihan ko na sila na di na ako tutuloy at patuloy pa rin sila sa pananakot sa akin sa pamamagitan ng e-mail


Kindly advise. Maraming salamat po in advance

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2 Re: Breach of Contract on Fri Nov 25, 2011 10:31 pm

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they can file a case against you, but they have to prove their losses.


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3 Re: Breach of Contract on Sat Nov 26, 2011 10:43 pm

jovet14


Arresto Menor
When the company hired me, there were "employment packages" offered to me as Manager. This includes Quarterly Incentive, a service vehicle in Manila. The Job Offer was signed by the Chief Finance Officer and the President. During my 9 months stint with the company, none of those "packages" were given. After making a follow-through with our HR Dept., nothing happened. The "Job Offer" made me decide to leave my former company to join them.

Atty., can I file charges against them? If so, I am thinking of charging them of violation of Art. 1338 of the Civil Code? I would like to think that there is "fraud" or "panlilinlang". If had I known these, I would not have accepted the job. I sacrificed my previous job because of these factors.

Can I also claim damages --Compensatory, Moral, and Exemplary? If possible, up to what extent/how much can I get?

Help me, Atty. Your advise will be a greatly appreciated. Thank you very much and More Power!

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