Stuck in a consumer case? A legal notice is the first instrument to claim compensation, damages or even an apology from the service or good suppliers for any legal injury. There’s an 84 percent chance that your dispute with the other party will be settled by just sending a legal notice. Thus, before you take legal action in court, it is advised to send a legal notice to the defaulter party as the last request. Takelegal.in’s Noticeman will create an excellent legal notice for you and ensure that you enforce your consumer rights.
Once you have submitted your request for our Legal Notice for Consumer Case 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 provider.
Our experienced drafting team at Takelegal.in will draft a legal notice and present it to you for approval. Once you are satisfied, Takelegal.in’s Noticeman will send the legal notice to the other party on your behalf.
Takelegal.in believes in speedy resolution of matters. To create a mechanism of smooth functioning, Takelegal.in advises you to submit the following documents to us at the earliest:
A consumer complaint must be filed within 2 (two) years of goods or service is found to be
defective or deficient.
Lawyers and advocates frequently issue legal notices on behalf of clients. It is strongly suggested that you send a legal notice after receiving legal advice and through a lawyer/advocate.
Should you choose to avail of our services, Takelegal.in’s Noticeman will send a legal notice to the seller on your behalf to ask for a replacement or refund of the said MacBook. If the seller fails to do so within fifteen (15) days from the receipt of this notice, Takelegal.in will opt for court proceedings at the seller’s expense and claim damages as well as compensation of the adequate quantum.