what kind of legal notice I can send if company refuse to pay professional fees as agreed on contract copy for the services rendered to them. Please mail me the format if any. Thank you Sunita
8th March 2010 From India, Mumbai

till the time the contract agreement is viewed, noone would be in a position to advise you precisely about the format of the legal notice
shall u require further assistance, either mail me the said file in pdf format or you can try disctating the contents so that i cud help you in the matter
9th March 2010 From India, Karwar
Put forth the details of rights vested in you by the Contract, Breach of the covenents by the other party, Resulting injury or loss and what ever demandyou raise (fee,interest, damages etc.) with stipulation of time frame to do so, in a good sequence.
From the contents of post , it is recommended to seek professional help.
9th March 2010 From India, Jaipur
QUESTION-- What kind of legal notice can I send if the company refuses to pay professional fees for services rendered as per the signed agreement?

ANSWER—Every case will have peculiar features that can’t be addressed in a general format. Every notice is best written specifically. However, I am drafting below a general format:



You entered into an agreement with me on…………….. (date) for rendering professional services against payment. I have completed my part of the agreement by rendering the services during the period …………………to ………………..and completing the same as per the specifications. A bill dated …………..was sent to you but you have not paid the same. You are requested to pay me the bill amount of Rs. …. .. without further delay. Please make the payment within four weeks by crossed demand draft payable to “………” to be sent at the following addressed by regd. post.

Yours faithfully.

-- M C Gupta
MD (Medicine), LL.M.
Practicing advocate
11 March 2010

11th March 2010 From United States, Sunnyvale
Dear Mr Gupta,
required a general format for a company asking its former employee to repay the advance which was taken during his tenure in the organisation
can the company send the general notice at the first time?? or send a legel notice to the former employee?? at the first instance....
request your support .....
Rohini 36
2nd June 2011 From India, Bangalore
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