Overview of Legal Notice
Legal action can only be taken when
already notice has been served upon the entity or person you wish to bring to
court. It is only this method that legalizes producing a matter to court. The
intimation given is known as 'legal notice.' A legal notice is, hence, formal
notification to a person or an entity, notifying the other party of your
purpose to commence legal proceedings against them. Legal notice can serve as a
target of negotiations among the parties and save time, effort, and money spent
in court cases.
This makes the party aware of your
complaint. Many times, a legal notice served will bring the other party on
heels, and the difficulty can get resolved out of court, too, with fruitful
arguments on both sides. If the opposite party is still not heeding to the
grievance, one can always start the court procedures after a particular
interval, as pronounced by the law.
What is a legal Notice?
When a person decides to take legal
action, one of the first steps involved, is sending an official communication
to warn the offender of his/her intentions when a specified condition was not
complied upon as agreed, when the contract was signed between both the parties.
For instance, a legal notice can be issued to a tenant for not paying the rent
as per the agreed terms and conditions before moving into the property of the
owner’s house. Therefore, this gives the landlord the right to send a legal
notice to the renter with the immediate effect of paying the dues before the
specified date or vacate immediately.
Benefits of A Legal Notice
Warning: A legal
notice ensures that the offender is made aware of his/her duties to be
performed, and the consequences of non-compliance.
wrongdoer is informed about the potential litigation and opportunity to rectify
Resolution of Dispute: Both parties
shall resolve their dispute by negotiating between themselves.
Amicable Settlement: The process of
litigation is time-consuming in lieu of which direct settlement makes things
quicker and easier.
Checklist For Issuing A Legal Notice
Legitimate rights to the property
A bounced cheque:
Personal disputes i.e divorce,
maintenance and custody of children.
To execute a specific performance
of the contract.
If the intellectual property of the
rightful owner has been infringed.
When employees of any organization
are subject to sexual harassment, cruelty and other violation of labor laws.
Unlawful termination from
Payment dispute between the company
and its employees or laborers.
Breach of contract by the
What Are The Contents of A Legal Notice:
The legal notice contains the basic
averment of the affected party.
The aggrieved party will make his
allegation on the person addressed or receiver.
The aggrieved party will state his
solution to the dispute.
It contains the claim of the
aggrieved party to remedy the current issue.
It will enumerate the civil and
penal consequences if the rights and claims of the aggrieved party were not
Edwin Corporate Law Firm Process of Filing for a Legal Notice
Issuing A Legal Notice
Upon contact, your request to file
for a legal notice will be received and our representative will be in touch
with you to take your request forward. If we need more information from your
end, we will call you as and when required. After we receive all your details,
our in-house lawyers and legal experts, will create the legal notice and send
it across for your view within 2- 4 business days.
Your original price includes two
rounds of iterations. Therefore, if you need any changes done to the legal
notice, our lawyers will do the needful and send it across to you for your view
Why Edwin Corporate Law Firm
Access To Experts
We provide access to reliable professionals
and coordinate with them to fulfill all your legal requirements. You can also
track the progress on our online platform, at all times.
By handling all the paperwork, we
ensure a seamless interactive process with the government. We provide clarity
on the incorporation process to set realistic expectations.