Warnings work, especially when it is a legal one! Send a legal notice today and experience the power of law!
The first step in pursuing redress for a legal wrong or violation of a legal right is to issue a formal notice of claim. The assumption is that directly going to court will always help your case, which might not always be true. The path to court can be avoided with the aid of a well-drafted legal notice. The Noticeman at Takelegal.in will compile a detailed legal notice and expeditiously transport it to its destination for settlement. By taking Takelegal.in’s Noticeman’s Way, you can:
Your property is only yours! If your tenants are a nuisance and are not vacating your property despite multiple reminders, it is time you show them the power of the law! Send a legal notice to your tenants and get them out of your property in no time!
Bought something online and get the wrong product? Stayed at a hotel and not get the service that was promised? Every single time you consume a product or a service, you are a consumer. As a consumer, you have certain rights. If any entity violates those rights, you can send them a legal notice seeking compensation and damages!
Wrongfully terminated by your employer without any justifiable cause? You can end them a legal notice seeking restoration of salary and direct them to pay damages for wrongfully terminating you!
If your employer is wrongly withholding your salary, it is time to send them a legal notice! Our team will assist you in getting what you have truly worked hard for by sending a legal notice to your employer on your behalf!
When you receive a payment in the form of a cheque, you can send a legal notice to the drawer if the cheque bounces! When a cheque bounces because there aren't enough funds in the bank account, it is a crime. Our team will make sure your claim is solidified with the other party in the form of a legal notice!
A civil dispute includes anything and everything that is non-criminal in nature. Our team will understand your dispute in detail, curate a well-drafted legal notice, and send to the other party on your behalf!