SEND A LEGAL NOTICE / REPLY TO A LEGAL NOTICE IN INDIA
A legal notice is a way to communicate your intent to initiate legal action against another party. Hire a lawyer to send a legal notice to anybody from wherever you are. It is a notice of intention to sue if the demand is not complied.
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Common Legal/Lawyer Notices
Lawyers send or reply to a legal notice on behalf of a client for most common disputes are dishonour of cheque, property disputes, payment disputes, family disputes, partition suit disputes, pf/salary disputes, and consumer disputes.
LEGAL NOTICE FOR PROPERTY DISPUTES
Send Legal Notice for a Property Dispute
Now you can send a legal notice to the builder for delay in construction, canceling the property booking, refunds, etc..
LEGAL NOTICE FOR DIVORCE
Send Legal Notice for a Maintenance Dispute
Now you can send a legal notice to your spouse for maintenance, harassment, domestic violence, or a divorce.
LEGAL NOTICE FOR PAYMENT DISPUTES
Send Legal Notice for a Contract Dispute
Now you can send a legal notice to demand the payment dues, contract obligations, delivery of goods or services.
LEGAL NOTICE FOR EMPLOYMENT DISPUTES
Send Legal Notice for a Salary/PF Dispute
Now you can send a legal notice to your employer demanding salary/PF dues, delay in releasing bonus payment, workplace harassment, etc.
LEGAL NOTICE FOR CONSUMER CASE
Send Legal Notice for Consumer Disputes
Now you can send a legal notice to demand payment refund or product replacement from a manufacturer or a retail store.
LEGAL NOTICE FOR CYBER DEFAMATION
Send Legal Notice for Cyber Defamation/Libel
Now you can send a legal notice to the person defaming your name and reputation online in Facebook, Twitter & other Social Media.
What is a Legal Notice in India?
A “Legal Notice”, also called as Vakil Notice or Lawyer Notice is an instrument used by an individual or a company to demand the other party to comply with the specified condition such as payment of dues, delivery of goods or services, or any other demand. A well-written legal notice will have a warning clause for litigation if the other party doesn’t comply with the terms. Pay attention to all aspects when drafting your legal notice. You must provide enough justifications for the opponent or any other person sees the demand as reasonable.
Follow 3 important points when drafting your legal notice. That is the Concise statement of facts, Remedy sought by the plaintiff, and Concise summary of the legal points for the relief sought.
How to send or reply to a Legal Notice?
The first thought that may come to a person mind, ‘Do I really need a lawyer to send the notice, or why not do it myself?’
The answer is simple. When you, a non-legal person, draft the notice, there are several chances of making wrong arguments or present the case in a different manner than what it should’ve been. You might make the case work against for you. A lawyer has skills that you don’t.
Skills like legal drafting, research, reasoning, and argumentative skills adding to legal practice make the lawyer a qualified person. Further, a lawyer spends considerable time with respect to choice of words, language, consequences, evidentiary value, and the interest of the Client.
Preparation: Connect with an experienced lawyer who is well-versed in drafting and research skills. Though you may send in any Indian language, it is advised that you stick to English as it is the most preferred by many. Gather details of the opposing party such as name, occupation, age, address, and so on.
Consultation: Talk to your lawyer and explain the entire incident such as the parties involved, nature of the dispute, how/when/where happened, previous attempts, and other pieces of evidence.
Drafting: An important stage in responding to a legal notice is the drafting. The language must be in plain English that communicates the issue clearly, justify the claims/damages/penalties, provide time-bound response time, and desired action.
Sending: The lawyer then sends the drafted and approved legal notice through Registered Post and retain a copy of the notice as well as the acknowledgment.
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Frequently Asked Questions.
We have compiled a list of question and answers regarding sending and replying to a legal notice.
Legal Notice is the concept describing a requirement that a party, company & person be aware of legal procedure affecting their own rights, obligations or duties.
If legal notice is not replied then one can go ahead with the legal steps which has been warned if not replied in stipulated time and you may use it as an advantage while drafting the petition and put blame for not complying with the requirements of notice which has become the root cause for filing the case.
Normally it is 7 or 15 days from the receipt of the Legal Notice.It depends on facts and circumstances or seriousness of matter, time limit will obaviosly be mentioned in any legal notice to revert back.
Court notice is an official invitation to the court to appear on particular date and time. Lawyer notice is sort of a warning to whom it is sent . Its states a wrong/mistake one may have committed and also the legal penalty/amount that you would be subjected to if the sender of the legal notice resorts to litigation.
Ideally you should contact a lawyer to respond to the legal notice in the most effective way.However, there is no bar to responding to the notice. In this case, you should ideally deal with all the allegations contained in the notice para-wise, with your side of the story. You should try and avoid making any admissions which would make you liable. Civil and criminal consequences can ensue from even an inadvertent admission of your liability.
Read the notice carefully to make sure that you have understood what the sender is asking of you and why the notice has been sent in the first place. You are supposed to reply it parawise on merits
Yes, We do help in drafting an effective legal Notice for Cheque Bounce case Under Section 138 of N.I. Act
Consult a lawyer and present him with all the information you have regarding the issue, he will draft a reply for you and send the notice on your behalf.
Yes, We will help in replying the notice for divorce.
A lawyer’s notice is just an information with regard to any legal liability & its consequence. If you ignore it you cannot blame the other party of not giving you sufficient notice for the legal liability & the legal remedies he or she has chosen to take against you by initiating the process of litigation. This is an opportunity for you to settle ‘out of court’ any dispute if it exists between you both & to avoid loss of time & money in unnecessary litigation. If the person sending the legal notice is not known to you & no relationship of any sort ever existed between you, then you can avoid the legal notice, & need not reply it.
First, meet the Bank Manager and try to sort it out or else hire a lawyer and reply to this particular Notice.
Yes, we can help in replying to your Employer legal notice.
Cost depends on the facts and circumstance of the case. Please share complete details for an estimation.
Yes, it helps in defending your case.
It is advisable to hear what the other party has to say before filing a lawsuit.
No, it is not mandatory. But it is highly advisable.
Yes, it is advisable to send the legal notice.
Yes, we will send you a copy of the legal notice.
Yes, you can visit the lawyer for a personal meeting.
A legal notice is only a form communication of your demand to the other party. Just sending a notice does not guarantee recovery of money.
Section 80 of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908 deals with filing of Legal Notice in Civil Cases against the Govt.