my former employer has asked me to sign a non-compete form. He has also asked to see my operating system for estimating to see that it is not similar to his. can he ask this of me?

Asked over 7 years ago in Calgary, Alberta
Categories: Business Law

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Katherine MacRae

Answer by Katherine MacRae

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He can always ask.  However, if you are no longer employed by him, there is no reason you have to sign it, or show him your operating system.  

Posted over 7 years ago

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