A legal notice is an intimation that if the conditions in the notice are not complied with, the sender may take necessary legal action against the other person.
The objective of a legal notice
To provide the other person with a chance to seriously fulfill an obligation.
Contents of a legal notice
The contents of the legal notice are the statements of material facts, the relief and the legal basis on which it is sought.
Is it necessary to send a legal notice?
Section 80 of the civil procedure code 1908 makes it compulsory to send a notice to the other party if such a party is the government or any public officer.
Essentials of legal notice
The name, description and place of residence of the sender
Cause of action
Legal basis for relief claimed
How to send a legal notice?
A legal notice is to be sent by R.P.A.D. (Registered Post Acknowledgment Due)
A copy of the receipt of the post office, as well as one copy of the legal notice sent, must be retained by you.
Why engage a lawyer when I myself can draft and send the notice?
Legal documents require the utmost caution while drafting. A notice has to be meticulously drafted so as to not make it lengthy or vague, even legal terminologies differ from the business or general language. Once a notice has been sent there cannot be any changes made and no contradictory statements can be made later. Hence to avoid the same people prefer to appoint lawyers to send the notice on their behalf.
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