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  • Section 111A

    Hi Guys

    Could you tell me if an employer can withdraw a section 111A agreement once its been signed?
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    • #3
      Re: Section 111A

      Has the 111A (Settlement Agreement) been signed by both parties and if so I presume that you also has an Independent Advisor's Certificate signed having taken independent legal advice?

      If so they the document is legally binding on both parties and there is normally a clause to this effect towards the end of the document.

      Has the employer given any reason?
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        Re: Section 111A

        Originally posted by Ula View Post
        Has the 111A (Settlement Agreement) been signed by both parties and if so I presume that you also has an Independent Advisor's Certificate signed having taken independent legal advice?

        If so they the document is legally binding on both parties and there is normally a clause to this effect towards the end of the document.

        Has the employer given any reason?
        Thank you I'm awaiting to receive the document i just wanted to make sure, I have also seeked advise from a solicitor to make sure it is all above board

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        • #5
          Re: Section 111A

          Sorry I thought the document had been signed and the employer was now trying to withdraw it.

          Just check that towards the end there is a clause or somewhere a clause it contain a phrase like "Upon signature, the agreement will be binding on the parties".

          Also your employer should pay reasonable costs for you to have independent legal advice and the value of this is usually stated in the agreement.
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          If you have any doubts then do please seek professional legal advice.


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            Re: Section 111A

            Originally posted by Ula View Post
            Sorry I thought the document had been signed and the employer was now trying to withdraw it.

            Just check that towards the end there is a clause or somewhere a clause it contain a phrase like "Upon signature, the agreement will be binding on the parties".

            Also your employer should pay reasonable costs for you to have independent legal advice and the value of this is usually stated in the agreement.
            Thankyou ula,

            Given the reason i was suspended in the first instance and understanding who i work for they would rather find the broken taillight rather than pay out the settlement agreement, lets hope all gets sorted

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            • #7
              Re: Section 111A

              Once you are in receipt of the document then your independent legal adviser should be able to assist you with ensuring that the settlement agreement is all in order and if there is anything not correct then they will deal with your employer directly.

              Hope is all get sorted but here if you need any further help.
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                Re: Section 111A

                Originally posted by Ula View Post
                Once you are in receipt of the document then your independent legal adviser should be able to assist you with ensuring that the settlement agreement is all in order and if there is anything not correct then they will deal with your employer directly.

                Hope is all get sorted but here if you need any further help.
                Thanks Ula really appreciate your advise,

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                • #9
                  Re: Section 111A

                  Been thinking a lot about this over the last few days,

                  Could someone advise me if work need to contact me how should they do this? through post email Te ETC, what is classed as the correct way to communicate.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Section 111A

                    From what I understand you are still employed just waiting a draft of the settlement agreement. I would say that everything needs to be done in writing and email or hand delivery of correspondence to you at work is fine.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Section 111A

                      Hi Guys if both party's have signed, and the termination date is reached and all that's left is the money transfer, what would happen if they never made payment or there was a dispute.

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