Response to Legal Notice

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  • Drafting of a legal notice by our expert
  • Review of draft notice by you and our expert
  • Changes after the review as prescribed by you
  • Sending final notice to opposite party

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Reply Notice

  A reply notice is a response to the notice received from the other party, there is only one aspect which needs to be taken care of i.e. the reply should be ‘appropriate’.  

Is it necessary to reply to a notice?

  It is not compulsory for you to reply to any notice however no reply to any notice being sent to you can turn advantageous to the other person who has sent a notice to you.
 

Is it an offence to not reply to a notice?

  Although it is not an offence to not reply to notice it is preferred if a reply is given on time it helps in the closure of a dispute before the case reaches the courts.  

The time limit for replying to a notice

  The period varies from situation to situation. For example, in the case of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 15 days is the statutory period to reply to the notice of the complainant as per Section 138. However, in civil cases, it depends on the notice to which you have to reply.  
 

Delay in Sending a Reply to a Legal Notice

  You may still send the reply notice however the reason for the delay has to be mentioned.
 

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