Deed of Cancellation of Apprenticeship

Updated atMarch 2010

This deed is made the ......... day of ......... 1999 between Anil Kumarof, etc. (hereinafter called the master), of the first part, Chirag Desaiof, etc. (hereinafter called the father), of the second part, and Eapen Desai, son of Chirag Desai, aged ...... years (hereinafter called the apprentice) of the third part.

Whereas by a deed dated the ......... day of ......... and made between the said Anil Kumar, Chirag Desai and Eapen Desai, the apprentice was, in consideration of Rs. ............, duly apprenticed to the master to learn the trade (or, etc.) of, upon the terms and stipulations therein expressed; and whereas disputes and differences have lately arisen between the said parties which could not be adjusted. Now this deed witnesses and it is hereby agreed between the parties as follows:

  1. In consideration of Rs. ......... to be paid by the father to the master (the receipt whereof the master hereby acknowledges), the said deed shall stand cancelled, determined and made void in all respects and to all intents and purposes whatsoever and it is hereby recorded that the said sum has been paid.

  2. The master hereby accepts the sum of Rs. ............ in full discharge of all claims and demands whatsoever, which he may have or might set up against the father, either under or by virtue of the said deed, or otherwise howsoever.

  3. No action or other proceedings whatsoever, civil or criminal, shall hereafter be taken by or on...

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