When an employer can deny for Relieving letter?
A relieving letter is a formal way of communicating to an employee that his or her resignation has been accepted and he/she has been released from the responsibilities and duties assigned by the employment contract. This letter must be submitted to any potential employers.
After acceptance of resignation and after following the exit procedure successfully, someone can expect a relieving letter/no due certificate from the organization.
When an employer can deny:
The company can refuse to give reliever/experience letters only if an employee's performance was below par during his or her time with the company, or if she or he has committed some misconduct, or has not served notice term, etc...otherwise, the company cannot refuse.