Does a recent e contract supercedes a previous contract that had a relocation reimbursement clause?

I want to know if a recent employment contract supercedes a previous contract that had a relocation reimbursement clause. I took a position 3/16 that relocated me from NY to NJ. The 3/16 contract states that if I voluntarily leave within 2 years I would have to pay the company back a pro-rated amount. Since then I was promoted on 9/17. The 9/17 contract does not have the relocation reimbursement clause. Since the clause is missing on the most recent contract, is this implied the clause is removed?

2 answers  |  asked Jan 11, 2018 7:11 PM [EST]  |  applies to Pennsylvania

Answers (2)

Andrew Abramson
A comprehensive review of both contracts is required. You need to arrange a conatinault with an experienced employment law attorney to guide you. Fee free to contact our firm.

posted by Andrew Abramson  |  Jan 12, 2018 11:55 AM [EST]
Scott Leah
That is a difficult question to answer without looking at the actual documents to see exactly what each document states. I suggest you take the documents to an employment lawyer and have them reviewed.

posted by Scott Leah  |  Jan 12, 2018 06:21 AM [EST]

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