HOW MUCH STATE DUTY IS PAID IF A CLAIM IS APPLIED TO THE COURT FOR COLLECTION OF SALARIES.

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HOW MUCH STATE DUTY IS PAID IF A CLAIM IS APPLIED TO THE COURT FOR COLLECTION OF SALARIES.

⚡️ Question; I haven’t been paid for three months from where I work. How much state fee will I pay if I sue that organization?

⚡️ Answer; You do not pay a state fee in this case. http://old.lex.uz/docs/142859 👈 Article 277 of the Code states that employees are exempted from paying court costs when they apply to the court for claims arising from the employment relationship. In addition, https://lex.uz/docs/4680944 👈 According to Article 8 of this law, the plaintiffs are exempted from state duties on claims for recovery of wages and other claims arising from labor relations. shown.

📃 http://old.lex.uz/docs/142859 👈 According to Article 161 of this Code, the terms of remuneration may not be less than once every six months, so that your boss can read it clearly put

✏️ So, if you have not received a salary for three months, you can easily file a lawsuit and you will not be charged a state fee.

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