In the event of a breach of contract, the quickest way to settle a dispute is to issue a Demand Letter, which implies litigation if the demand is not satisfied.
If someone has a legal obligation towards you that they haven't fulfilled, a carefully drafted Demand Letter on your part can set everything in motion leading to a legal claim.
You can use a Demand Letter for several purposes. Most commonly, however, it is a request for payment or debt owed. This type of Demand Letter should explain the debt incurred, the amount due, and the original due date.
You can use a Demand Letter for any demand, such as reminding a company or person of a failure to deliver a service paid. After the letter is sent, you can expect the recipient to comply or submit a counteroffer, after which you can attempt to settle.
Depending on your state, a Demand Letter may also be known as:
Essentially, anyone who has to make a demand for a debt or service owed can use a Demand Letter to do so. In addition to that, the Demand Letter is also frequently used in insurance claims. If a debtor's check was returned for NSF, you could issue a Demand Letter and demand the payment anew.
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Your Demand Letter should be professional and not threatening, or it could have the opposite effect you have in mind.
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