Legal Notice And Its Importance

Well drafted legal notice helps the person to get remedy quickly. We draft notices which eliminates the need of moving to court. Our experts draft legal notice in such a way that the other party agrees to most of the conditions of our client.

Requisite Documents:

  1. Name and required information
  2. Description of the issue
  3. Place of residence of notice sender
  4. Form of relief claimed
  5. Legal basis of the claim
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Our consultant will discuss the issue over a 24X7 helpline “Samadhan”

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A legal notice is an intimation in unambiguous language that one person or entity sends to another person or entity. It helps in making recipients aware of the grievances of the sender. The legal notice is a written document that is drafted on legal terms and conditions for which parties get legally bound to acknowledge it. The sender who issues the legal notice has to inform the recipient about the notice issuance and is a warning given to a person before filing a legal suit against him. A well-vetted legal notice helps a recipient to avail the quickest remedy. It makes the recipient agree to the terms of the party who is sending the notice and thus eliminates the need to take the matter to court most of the time.


It is a way of formal written communication between Parties. Through this notice Sender signifies his intention of pursuing legal proceedings against the Recipient. This way the grievance of the Sender is also communicated to the Recipient.


  1. Consumer Forums: In case, a damaged product or service is provided to a person he or she can send a legal notice to the concerned person and ask him to rectify the deficiencies.
  2.  Disputes related to property such as partition, eviction, or issues relating to possession or ownership of the property. 
  3. Loan Defaulters: Under the Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Securities Interest Act, 2002 (SARFAESI Act), the loan recovery proceedings begin by sending a legal notice to the defaulters.
  4. Cases under the Negotiable Instruments Act: In case of dishonor of cheque, Party can send a legal notice for recovery of payment.
  5. Employee and Employer/Company: If the employer in any way deprives the employees of their salary, then the employee can send a notice to the employer.


  1. State the name, designation and contact no. of the lawyer sending the notice.
  2. Fill in the office address in the right corner of the notice.
  3. Enter the client’s name and other information.
  4. State the subject of the legal notice.
  5. Sign-off the notice with lawyer’s name and signature


Legal Notice can only be filed in civil cases under section 80 of the Code of Civil Procedure 1908. It is intimation and thus carries below information:

  1. Precise statement and facts of case relating to the grievance for which the action is to be taken.
  2. Alternatives/relief sought by the aggrieved party.
  3. How should the problem be solved, a summary of facts and the way it can be solved.


  1. The first and foremost step is to draft a legal notice, with the issue, the relief sought and a definite time frame to solve the issue, to be addressed to the other party and sent via RPAD.
  2. Post sending the notice, save the copy of the receipt sent. 
  3. Wait for a given period, before the filing of the court case against the recipient.
  4. Now, the person or entity to whom the legal notice is addressed will have to revert back to the days mentioned in notice or agree for out of the court settlement.

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FAQs On Legal Notice

A formal communication that helps the recipient party aware of the grievances of the sender and it is a cost-effective tool for settling the matters without litigation rather than through negotiation, mediation and arbitration.

Legal notice is issued under Section 80 of Civil Procedure Code 1908

  1. Details of sender and the lawyer
  2. Statement of cause of action
  3. Relief claimed by the sender
  4. Summary of facts

a) To settle the matter before the trial
b) An individual can describe his complaints
c) Receiver is aware that for what reason he is accused
d) It is the key to file a case in case issues are not resolved 

How Lead India Can Help You:

  1. Trustworthy & Confidential - We assure you that all your personal details & documents must be kept private. We never share these details with anyone.   
  2. Expert Advice – Clients need expert advice before proceeding with any issues troubling them. We have the most experienced lawyers who provide you with the best guidance and procedure required.
  3. Zero Stress - You do not have to worry about the paperwork & complex process at the court. Our Associate will perform all these actions at the court. 
  4. Top Quality Lawyers - Lead India will help you to choose among the best civil lawyers for drafting any legal. There are different associates who work with us, you can choose a lawyer depending upon their practice area, experience & user rating. 
  5. Track Your Case - We provide you the opportunity to track your cases from the online dashboard. You can easily track your case status, payment status, etc.

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