There are numerous reasons for which a legal notice can be served on a person or an entity. The most common cases as to who can send a legal notice and when are:

  • Disputes relating to property : It includes disputes relating to mortgage, delayed delivery of possession by the builder, eviction of the tenant, the partition of family property, registration of sale-deed, execution of will etc.

  • Disputes relating to employment : It includes notice to the employer for wrongful termination, unpaid salary, violation of any right of the employee by the employer, sexual harassment at workplace etc.

  • Consumer Protection disputes : Notice to a company manufacturing or providing service of faulty products, faulty services, false advertisement, or any other grievance of the consumer.

  • Cheque Bounce Cases : Notice is to be sent as per the provisions of Section 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act, to the defaulter whose cheque has been dishonoured.  A legal notice has to be sent within 15 days of dishonour of cheque by registered post and must be drafted by a good cheque bounce lawyer in India and contain facts of the case including the nature of transaction, amount of loan or other legally enforceable debt for which the cheque was issued, date of deposit in bank etc.

  • Personal Conflicts : Notice is to be sent in case of personal conflicts such as divorce, maintenance, child custody, alimony, cruelty etc.

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