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can an employment contract be null/void?

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1 can an employment contract be null/void? on Sat Dec 03, 2011 1:25 am

ineedjustice


Arresto Menor
hi attorney. i want to seek your legal advice.

1. pede po ba maging null or void yung employment contract if kulang yung contract na pinapirmahan nila sa kin? may nakalagay kasi dun na sumasang ayon ako sa "ANNEX A" ng contract, dun nakalagay yung duties and responsibilities namin. pero wala naman sa min pinabasa or pinapirma na "ANNEX A". humingi po ako ng copy ng contract pero wala tlgang "ANNEX A".

2. may nakalagay din po sa contract na 50,000 na babayaran ko pag di ko natapos yung contract, pede ba nila ko kasuhan pag di ko nabayaran un?

3. matatanggal ba nila license ko as a nurse if kasuhan nila ko?

4. mag aappear po ba yun sa nbi clearance ko?

5. pede ko ba sila kasuhan if beyond our duties yung pinapagawa nila sa min? i was a service skin therapist in a clinic in quezon city. as a side duties, they require us na maglinis ng clinic including banyo, magflyers at maglakad ng malayong malayo kahit umulan o umaraw.

i am hoping for ur prompt reply. ginugulo pa rin ako ng employer ko kahit 2 months na nakalipas since last ako pumasok dun. pinuntahan pa mismo ung bahay ko ng tauhan nila at pinadalhan ako ng sulat. iniistress pa nila pati pamilya ko, sa mama ko pa mismo nagttxt ung employer at hindi sa kin. kakasuhan daw ako pag hindi ako nkpgcooperate sa kanila. sana po matulungan nyo ko.

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2 Re: can an employment contract be null/void? on Sun Dec 04, 2011 12:52 am

ineedjustice


Arresto Menor
pls help me attorney. i need ur legal advice Sad

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3 Re: can an employment contract be null/void? on Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:44 pm

ineedjustice


Arresto Menor
help po!

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4 Re: can an employment contract be null/void? on Wed Dec 07, 2011 10:40 pm

attyLLL


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1) can you prove there was no annex a?
2) search bonds on the forum
3) i doubt it
4)i doubt it
5) you can refuse to do that

you can't prevent them from filing a claim against you, but you will be given the opportunity to be heard also.


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5 Re: can an employment contract be null/void? on Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:27 am

ineedjustice


Arresto Menor
thanks po for ur answer.. wala po talaga "annex a" sa pinirmahan ko n contract pero nakalagay sa 2nd paragraph ng contract na "As Part-Time Skin Service Therapist of the company, you shall be responsible for the duties and functions as outlines in Annex “A” hereof."

pede po ba ma-void yung contract if wala talagang "ANNEX A"?

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6 Re: can an employment contract be null/void? on Fri Dec 09, 2011 12:50 am

ineedjustice


Arresto Menor
pede po ba nila ko kasuhan if hindi ako nkpgbayad ng 50,000 sa contract? ano po ang ikakaso nila skin?

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7 Re: can an employment contract be null/void? on Sat Dec 10, 2011 1:52 pm

attyLLL


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you can argue that it wasn't attached so you didn't know what was there and didn't agree to it. they can file a collection case against you but not a criminal case.


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