Condonation of breach of Regulation 190 regarding joining / leaving of Paid Assistants
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Circular No. :CNL/LTD(28)/M&SS/23/37/2005
6th September, 2005
The Decentralized offices are receiving requests for condonation of delay in submission of information by the firms regarding joining/leaving of paid assistants and many a times the delay in submission of the information exceeds 6 months. As a matter of procedure these cases are required to be considered and condoned on compliance of certain requirements viz. submission of certain specified documents besides request and levy fee for condonation of delay. The office generally requires the following details from the firm for condonation of delay in submission of the information :-
Letter of Appointment issued by the firm and acceptance thereof by the member,
Letter of Resignation by the employee and acceptance thereof by the firm.
Attendance Register maintained by the firm for the employees (Paid Assistants)
Certified true copy of the Statement of Income issued by the firm to the employee in the prescribed format.
Details of salary paid by the employer to the employee for the relevant period (either details of salary paid into the account or details of cross account payee cheque given).
In order to provide quality services to the members, it is felt that the members/firms must be informed of these requirements for their compliance so that the office is able to consider and condone the same immediately on receipt if the requirements are fulfilled.
Accordingly these requirements are hosted on the website of the Institute for the information and compliance by the members/firms. You are advised to host the same on website of the Regional Council and also give due publicity by announcement in the Regional Newsletter and display on notice board for the information of members.
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