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  • #31
    Originally posted by TheRed View Post
    Because it's a contract that requires forfieture of wages upon resignation.
    Just the opposite, Red.
    But this is the answer to the topic---right there in black and white. Bravo!
    …..and proves statements made in postings #6 and #9. In fact, this topic had been answered therein..just add the one buck...
    Last edited by Buzzard3006; 12-18-2007, 06:12 AM. Reason: addition

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    • #32
      You are saying that this prevents indenture contracts…..and you could be correct, as Louisiana still seems to have contracts of this nature within the old Napoleonic Laws. Even so, this had been an issue dealt with within a forum in Louisiana---and you know of the one that I talk of. At least one attorney had brought forth the min wage concept…..right or wrong.

      In my opinion, an employee and an employer that enters this type of contract are out of their minds. Should be just a typical promissory contract----with the deduction of wages not a method of payoff.

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