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Legal Notice is a formal communication to a person or entity informing him that you intend to undertake legal proceedings against him

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What is a Legal Notice?

A Legal Notice is a formal communication to a person or entity informing him that you intend to undertake legal proceedings against him. It is a step taken before filing a suit in order to warn the other party that a legal action may be taken against him/her if the person fails to comply with the specified conditions.

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It saves the time and cost of the litigation if the parties comply with the demand of the notice.

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It gives a prior acknowledgement to the party against whom the notice has been drafted that a suit is to be initiated against him/her.

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A Legal Notice is a “notice” indicating your opponent that you are preparing to litigate a lawsuit against him/her in case if the so called demand is not fulfilled.

• Concise statement of the material facts giving rise to the claim; • Relief sought by the plaintiff against each named defendant; • Concise summary of the legal basis for the relief sought.

• Case will not be heard by the Court. • Without proper notice, the Court will dismiss the case.

The importance of filing a legal notice is to save the time and cost of the litigating parties through various other alternatives like Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration etc. The Court proceedings is a cumbersome process which the party hardly takes to settle their dispute, instead, it can send a notice to their opponent party indicating him/her to negotiate on the matter. Sometimes, these negotiations do not work and the party approach the appropriate authority for justice.

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