Non-Payment of Instalments

When you are to receive money from a customer, subscriber, debtor or any such other person from who you are supposed to receive money for a legal consideration and you haven’t received the said instalments, you may send a legal notice demanding the same. In matters of this nature, it is often seen that the matter gets resolved without going to Court as the defaulting party is not often willing to go to Court and hence, sending a legal notice becomes advantageous.

For the notice to be legally binding, it must be signed by a lawyer and sent on his/her letterhead. You must hire the top lawyers in your locality to help you draft and send a well-written and legally sound legal notice for non-payment of instalments to ensure that you receive the instalments at the earliest.

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What You'll Get In The Package

Inclusion

  • 30 minutes consultation and advice from experienced top lawyers
  • Legal notice drafting to be sent to you for approval
  • Final legal notice drafting incorporating suggestions given by you (if any)
  • Dispatch of the final legal notice through registered post
  • The tracking number of the registered post shall be shared with you

Exclusion

  • Subsequent case after the legal notice has been sent is not included
  • You may hire the lawyer for any subsequent cases

Documents required to Draft & Send Legal Notice for Non-Payment of Installments

  1. Proof of amount to be paid to you
  2. Proof of instalments that have & have not been paid  
  3. Copy of any prior communication regarding payment of instalments

Procedure to Draft and Send Legal Notice for Non-Payment of Installments

  1. You must hire the top lawyers in your locality to help you draft a legal notice for non-payment of instalments.
  2. The draft notice shall be drafted and sent to you for approval.
  3. The final notice shall be drafted incorporating your suggestions(if any).
  4. The final notice shall be sent to the opposite party.       

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FAQs

What recourse can a bank take against credit card default?
Banks generally tend to sort out such issues out of Court rather than drag their customers to Court. They first send a legal notice for the recovery of the credit card instalment amount and provide their customers some time between 60 to 90 days to make payment of the defaulted instalments. If at the end of this period also the customer has not paid, the bank may move to Court.
How much time should be given to the defaulter to send a reply to the legal notice?
You must give the defaulter a reasonable time for the payment of the required instalments before you may move to Court against him/her. Reasonable time is defined as the amount of time that a reasonable man would consider to be enough to make the requisite payment. The reasonable time may range from 15 to 90 days as you seem fit. You must consult the top lawyers in your locality before you instalments in this respect.
How much does it cost to send a notice for non-payment of instalments?
Legistify provides you with the most experienced lawyers in your locality to help you send a legal notice to the defaulter for non-payment of instalments at affordable standardized costs. It is a cheap and effective way to send a non-payment of bill notice with no hidden costs and no unnecessary hassle.
How many times should I send legal notices?
You only need to send one notice to the defaulter asking for the instalment to be paid. If you do not receive a satisfactory response regarding the instalment being paid, you must move to Court and file a case against your employer for such recovery.
What can be done if the defaulter’s address is not known?
If the defaulter’s address is unknown, the legal notice may be sent to his/her last known address.
Do I need to send a legal notice to the defaulter before approaching the Court?
Although you do not necessarily need to send a legal notice, it is always advantageous if you do send one. Firstly, because most cases of this nature get resolved after a notice has been sent since the defaulter would not prefer to take up such matters to Court. Secondly, the legal notice is taken into consideration by the Court in such cases where the matter goes up to the Courts.
What should be mentioned in the legal notice for non-payment of instalments?
In the legal notice for non-payment of instalments, you must clearly mention regarding the amount to be paid and the reason for which it is to be paid. You must mention the number of instalments that have already been paid and the number of instalments missed. The date on which such instalment became due and the date by which you expect the amount to be paid, failing which legal action will be initiated, should also be mentioned.
When can instalments not be paid by the customer?
A customer may not pay the instalments when there is a deficiency in services or when the services have not been provided by the service provider. This also depends on the contract that is entered into between the customer and the service provider as well as the terms and conditions of service.