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Sample of a letter of intent to sue
Writing a letter of intent to sue is pretty easy and can be done without having legal knowledge. Here is a fill in the blank sample letter for a quick, easy reference. Legal procedures can be really expensive and lengthy. A letter of intent to sue is basically a written statement expressing the sender’s intention to sue the recipient. It is important to write a letter of intent to sue or notice of intent to sue, to notify the recipient or the other party in the litigation about your plan to commence legal actions.
Following is a general format of a Letter of Intent to Sue:
[Contact Details like address, phone number]
RE: Notice/Letter of Intent to Sue
Dear [Recipient’s name],
This Letter of Intent to Sue serves as the formal notice of my intent to file a lawsuit against you/your company in court, in respect of the matter [complaint/dispute details]
If you wish to resolve this matter without court action, please [specify terms of settlement or contact me at the above address] within …. business days of receipt of this letter. If I do not hear from you/your company within the time frame indicated above, I will purse actions necessary for the commencement of legal proceedings in the court of applicable jurisdiction and will be seeking costs against you/your company in respect of same.
Your prompt attention is appreciated,
[Your name, sign and date]
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