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Are you saying your supervisor is trying to change the terms of your agreement unilaterally?Did you ever before agree to work for him after you pass the CCFP?Are you a foreign medical school graduate?
Then he cannot change the terms of the agreement at all.
He must supervise you for three years or will be in breach of his agreement and he cannot compel you to work for him for any longer than that.
He has no right to raise the overhead because even though there is no written contract there is a verbal one and the proof of that, aside from your word, is that he has charged one specific amount so far and that is proof of the agreement.I suggest you or a lawyer acting for you make it clear that you are not agreeable to changing the written agreement that reflects the College's requirements or the verbal one and you will take this to court if necessary.
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