Subjected to cheque bounce? A legal notice is the first instrument to claim relief through compensation, damages, or apology for a legal injury or violated right. In case of a dispute, your right is to serve a legal notice through your lawyer. Under the law, you must serve a legal notice to the cheque issuer if you are a recipient of a cheque that has bounced or been dishonored. Takelegal.in’s expert drafters will assist you in drafting a legal notice and see your case through to resolution.
Once you have submitted your request for our Legal Notice for Cheque Bounce service through the form on this page, we will assign a representative to your request within 24 hours of form submission. The representative will contact you for more details about your issue. Takelegal.in’s team of subject-matter experts will evaluate the facts and documentation submitted by you and devise an efficient plan to take action against the other party.
Our experienced drafting team at Takelegal.in will draft a legal notice on your behalf and present it to you for approval. Once you are satisfied, Takelegal.in’s Noticeman will send the legal notice to the cheque issuer on your behalf.
Takelegal.in believes in speedy resolution of matters. To create a mechanism of smooth functioning, we advise you to submit the following documents to us at the earliest:
Yes. The recipient of a dishonored cheque needs to serve a legal notice on the issuer within 30 (thirty) days of the dishonor of the cheque.
As per the law, the cheque issuer must make the disputed payment within 15 (fifteen) days of receiving a legal notice. If the payment is not made within the said timeline, you can file a criminal complaint in a court of law.