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    #11

    Re: Indemnity letter

    Shall i modify the last line like below?
    However I am enclosing copy of the sanction letter issued during the previous claim.
    Also please tell me whether the following line is meaningful?
    I request you to give permission to avail the facility and also I irrevocably states that I will indemnify the sanctioning authority if any false statement found above in future.
    Last edited by poongodi; 17-Sep-2017 at 06:56.

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    #12

    Re: Indemnity letter

    Quote Originally Posted by poongodi View Post
    Shall I modify the last line like below this?

    However, I am enclosing a copy of the sanction letter issued during the previous claim.

    Also please tell me whether the following line is meaningful?

    I request you to give permission to avail the facility and also I irrevocably states that I will indemnify the sanctioning authority if any false statement found above in future.
    I can't make any sense out of that. It sounds like you're trying to sound "legal" or maybe you're just trying to impress someone but it doesn't work. State simply what you are trying to say.
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    #13

    Re: Indemnity letter

    Yeah my superior told me to give a letter to save him for sanctioning the facility without proper records. So he necessitated to add a line.
    Actually that line should give a meaning of "saving him in case of any discrepancies occurs". He needs that word indemnity in that letter. That's why I am asking

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    #14

    Re: Indemnity letter

    Are you trying to say something like "If I submit any false claims in the future, I promise to indemnify the company against them"?
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    #15

    Re: Indemnity letter

    Yeah like that only. I should say "the statement which I have given are correct and I undertake to indemnify the bank if anything false occurred because of my claim". That is I am taking the whole responsibility and I will save the bank from any kind of loss if something found false in the claim. The sentence should give this meaning.

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    #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by poongodi View Post
    Yeah Yes. like that only.

    Maybe I should say "The statement which I have given are is correct and I undertake to indemnify the bank if against anything any false occurred because of my claims". That is I am taking the whole full responsibility and I will save indemnify the bank from against any kind of loss incurred if something found false is found in the my claim. The sentence should give this meaning.
    See above.

    Wouldn't it be make more sense for you to ensure that you don't submit any false claims in future? I would have thought the bank would already have systems in place to ensure it doesn't lose money if a claim is found to be false.
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    #17

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    Yeah but the approver is getting fear to sign without physical records. But it was maintained in the system

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    #18

    Re: Indemnity letter

    Please​ stop starting your responses with "Yeah"!
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    #19

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    Ok...is it sounds bad???may I know the reason please???

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    #20

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    Quote Originally Posted by poongodi View Post
    Ok...is Does it sound bad? May I know the reason please?
    It's very casual and may be construed as sarcastic. Therefore, it's not really appropriate here.

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