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Legal Notice To Builder
A Legal Notice is an official correspondence to a person, company or any other entity informing that their action or lack of action has caused some form of violation of sender’s rights and some remedial enforcement is required from the receiver’s end. In case of no remedy, the sender may resort to a legal action in court.
In case a builder or property promoter causes delay in delivery of flat possession, home buyers can send a legal notice to the builder asking for a refund or timely delivery of property possession. For a stronger case, home buyers must send a legal notice in writing to the builder before filing a complaint with the Consumer Dispute Resolution Fora or the RERA Authority.
What You will Get In The Package
- Telephonic consultation with the lawyer for 20 minutes.
- Drafting of legal notice to builder.
-Sending of legal notice to builder.
- Any legal action in furtherance of notice.
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Documents required for drafting a Legal Notice
- 1. Details about the sender and receiver.
- 2. Any documents supporting the claim.
- 3. Facts of the matter that led to sending of notice.
- 4. The legal remedy sought from the builder
Procedure to draft a Legal Notice
Once the documents relating to the property are submitted, the documents along with the relevant details are submitted to the Sub-Registrar which has jurisdiction over the area where the property is situated. The registration fee is submitted and the document is signed by 2 witnesses. Once the prescribed stamp fee is paid, property registration is completed.Once the documents/information are provided, the expert property lawyer drafts a legal notice to be sent to the builder. The legal notice draft lays down the relevant information relating to the grievance and a demand for prompt action or compensation for delay in possession of flat. The notice is approved and sent to the lawyer via registered post or speed post.