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Search Results for Tag : Leave Encashment


NCLAT: Insolvency Cannot be Initiated on Basis of Unpaid LTC And Leave Encashment Dues(16.05.2022)

National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, has ruled that the welfare claims such as Leave Encashment, superannuation dues are not operational debt for .....

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SC: Leave Encashment Benefit is Part of Salary(28.09.2022)

Supreme Court while observing that leave encashment is part of salary, has held that condition in Rajasthan Voluntary Rural Education Service Rules, 2.....

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ITAT Delhi: Employees of University Entitled to Full Exemption of Arrears of Gratuity(06.06.2017)

ITAT Delhi has held that an employee of a ‘University’ is entitled to full exemption of arrears of Gratuity and leave encashment u/s 10(10) of Income .....

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Ori HC: Can’t Recover Excess Payment Made to Emp. From Leave Encashment Benefits Post Retirement(23.02.2024)

Orissa High Court has held that if excess payment has been made to an employee without any fault on his part, such amount cannot be recovered by the e.....

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