If you have a written agreement from the company, they are bound by it. As far as the CFO not being able to write the agreement, there is NO COURT out there that would hold that a CFO does not have at least "apparent authority" to enter into contracts
, and unless you knew at the time you entered into the contract that he did not have "actual authority" the court will bind the company to the contract. They cannot reduce your salary or refuse your raises if they are in the written agreement and if they are refusing, then you would have to sue for breach of contract
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