Notices are the legal concept explaining an obligation or requirement that a party be aware of legal process affecting their rights, obligations or duties. There are several types of notice: public notice, actual notice, constructive notice, and implied notice. These kind of notices are like a complaint letter which basically is an expression of dissatisfaction made to or about an organization, related to its products, services, staff or the handling of a complaint, where a response or resolution is explicitly or implicitly expected or legally required. This type of notice is sent to the parties before sending them the legal notice. It is a kind of personal communication between parties. A notice acts as a warning before legal notice. Such Notices provides for resolutions for the issues raised by a person who is dissatisfied in a timely and cost-effective way, It provides information that can lead to improvements in service delivery; and Where complaints are handled properly, a good system can improve the reputation of an organisation and strengthen public confidence in an organisation’s administrative processes
This notice should help the service provider understand your point of view and their legal obligation to sort out the problem. The sender can either ask for specific quality of services or monetary compensation for the grievance and mental harassment that he had to suffer due to the delay in service by the service provider. Also, the result of not complying with the conditions of the Notice must also be mentioned in the notice itself. A properly designed notice even helps a person to avail the easiest and quickest remedy for his grievances. 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.A notice acts as a warning before legal notice. Such Notices provides for resolutions for the issues raised by a person who is dissatisfied in a timely and cost-effective way, It provides information that can lead to improvements in service delivery; and Where complaints are handled properly, a good system can improve the reputation of an organisation.
Important factors to be remembered before creating a notice of delay in service:
1.What exactly are the details of the service that was supposed to be provided to you
2.List the services involved and when the date of rendering them was supposed to be
3.Express your voice and concern over what the delay has caused.
4.Praise the service of the company if you have any dealings with them before hand and express desire to continue doing business with the company.
5.Ask for an immediate response in the matter.
6.You can even ask for specific performance or compensation for the delay.
Passport photo of all parties.
PAN card of all parties.
Aadhar card of all parties.
Utility bill of Electricity or Telephone.
Valid Address Proof of all the parties.
Valid Driving Licence of all the parties.
Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions between the parties.
Other documents will be intimated through e-mail.
A sender is an individual or organization who has availed a service from the other party. It is actually the opposite of creditor
Service provider refers to the party that has rendered its services to the clients/ consumer.
A Notice is a formal written communication between the parties. Whereby through this notice, the sender notifies the addressee about his intentions with respect to any legal obligation or right between both the parties.
Any client/ customer aggrieved by the delay in rendering service by the service provider can send a notice for the delay in service.