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Advocate Rajesh Kumar K

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LawRato7 years Experience
Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Bankruptcy / Insolvency, Breach of Contract, Civil, Corporate, Court Marriage, Criminal, Documentation, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, Labour & Service, Media and Entertainment
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Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu
Advocate Rajesh Kumar K has been practicing and handling cases independently with a result-oriented approach, both professionally and ethically and has now acquired many years of professional experience in providing legal consultancy and advisory services.

He provides services in the various fields of law, that is, Family, Criminal, Civil, Labour & Service, Corporate and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Rajesh enrolled with the Bar Council of Karnataka in 2017. He is a member of the Advocates' Association Bangalore - High Court of Karnataka Unit.

Enrollment Number : KAR/2590/2017
Courts
  • Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court, Bangalore
  • City Civil Court, Bangalore
  • District Court, Kolar
  • Employees Provident Fund Appellate Tribunal (EPFT)
  • Family Court, Bangalore
  • Karnataka High Court
  • Karnataka State Administrative Tribunal
  • Karnataka State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission, Bangalore
  • National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), Bengaluru
  • Trial Courts, Bangalore

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Questions Answered by Advocate Rajesh Kumar K



Q: Can employer hold salary after resignation ?

Hi sir!! I am working with a Ltd. company. We get paid. Example I'm getting my August salary means the salary is from 13th July to 13 August I worked. 17 days salary they keep in hand. I resigned my job by 29th of August and they hold my salary. As I'm serving 45 days notice period but still salary not received after resignation. What I can do ?

Advocate Rajesh Kumar K answered
Hi, as per the Labour Law no one can hold the salary for the days of work that you have rendered to your organization. The salary should be paid accounting till the last working day irrespective of the salary payment date during the full and final settlement process on your exit. Speak to HR and send a mail or letter by registered post to settle the dues of salary. If there is no reply consult and advocate to send a legal notice to demand the payment of dues.



Q: The company isn’t accepting buyout option and forcing to serve notice

I am willing to serve 30 days notice and buying out the remaining days. But the employer is not agreeing. Below is the contract statement used by them. “In the event of the company deciding to terminate your services at any time after confirmation, the company shall give you 21-days’ notice of termination or 21 day's salary in lieu of 21 days’ notice. If you desire to leave the service of the company before or after confirmation, you shall give 45-days advance notice, or 45-days salary in lieu of notice period of your intention to leave the services of the company. The company will not permit adjusting your leave towards notice period. However, it shall be open to the company to waive the notice period unilaterally and accept your notice of resignation as itself. Such acceptance of your notice of resignation as resignation itself by waiving the notice period shall not be construed as termination by the company.“

Advocate Rajesh Kumar K answered
Hi as per the employment clause, you can buy out the notice period of 45 days. since you are ready to serve 30 days notice, remaining 15 days can be paid by your towards shortfall of notice period. contact me for any help.



Q: Terminated from employment due to economic slowdown

I am currently employed in a japanese MNC, I will be terminated next month that is on march 15 i will be completing 6 months in this company next month and i am still on probation.According to new bill passed by central government a compensation of 9 months should be given to the employees? So how do i proceed with this sir?

Advocate Rajesh Kumar K answered
Hi, The bill is passed in Rajya Sabha and yet to become an act. Hence you have no option to take shelter under this bill. Once the act is passed then we need to see it's applicability whether it's retrospective or prospective.



Q: Is posting audio clip in my own what's app is legal.

My husband has adultery he has spoken to lady and had recorded there conversation. Some how I took it now If I post that audio on my own social media wil I be punished according to law. I need to post it because he and his parents are blaming and blackmailing me. So I thought of posting it. Can I post it on what's app

Advocate Rajesh Kumar K answered
Hi.. You have got hold of the private conversation between two individuals. As a third person you have no right to access such private interaction. It amounts to breach of privacy and violation of constitutional rights under Article 21.By your actions your husband or his family or the lady may bring a suit of action in the court of law against you. Hence, do not indulge in publishing it in social media. You can only use such evidence in the court of law, in case you file a suit against them for appropriate charges.



Q: Incidence of rape not reported

My sister was raped in the month of November followed by repeated assault. Due to the physical trauma sustained we couldn't report the incident. Now threatened with death if any legal action is taken.

Advocate Rajesh Kumar K answered
Immediately consult a lawyer to handle your issue and file the case in jurisdictional court against the accused. Simultaneously approach the Human Rights and Women's Commission to seek their support so that the matter won't get digressed due to police inaction.




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