A legal notice is a written document sent to a person or company or any other legal entity informing regarding any grievance. Such a notice conveys intentions prior to the legal proceedings. It is only after serving of such a notice that all the legal actions could be taken against the entity or individual.
Who can send a Legal Notice?
Any person whose legal right has been infringed can send a Legal Notice to such entity or individual who has infringed such a right of the person. The provisions of law nowhere mandate the assistance of advocates for the purpose of drafting or serving of a Legal Notice.
Information to be contained in a Legal Notice
A Legal Notice is served pursuant to Section 80 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and is filed only in civil cases. A Legal Notice must carry following information:
Precise statement of facts relating to the grievance for which the action is to be taken.
Alternatives/relief sought by the grieving party.
How are the relief/problem in hand be solved, a summary of facts and the way it can be solved?
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How can we help?
Considering the importance of a Legal Notice, it is always advisable to get it drafted from professional. We at Applylegal have a team of highly expert professionals who can draft a Legal Notice on your behalf so that it works to your advantage. At the same time a well drafted reply to a Legal Notice can eliminate the possibility of a legal suit and can service as a purpose of negotiation between the parties.
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