In cases with a legal dimension, a notice is the presentation to the other party of the demands and rights arising from laws, contracts, customs, and traditions. These rights and demands are communicated to the other party with a warning. Visit our page to see an example of a notice.
Is a Notice Mandatory?
A notice is not always necessary, but it can be very helpful in some situations. It can be added to the case file as evidence in future legal disputes. As a result, it is a legal document that must be meticulously prepared. To learn more about e-Notary, go to our page What is an e-notary.
What Information Is Included on the Notice?
- the person who issued the notice and the other party's name, surname, and address
- summary of the injunction issue, detailed information on the subject
- signature of the person who issued the notice
- notary signature
- commentary communiqué
In Which Cases Is a Notice Drawn?
Here are a few examples of injunctions in which the addressee's rights and demands are communicated to him or her:
- The employee may present a notice to the employer on issues such as wage receivables, compensation, and holidays.
- When an employee leaves his job for personal reasons, such as marriage or non-payment of military pay, a warning letter is written to inform him of his demands and the reason for his departure.
- When the landlord fails to pay the rent, he may issue a notice of default.
- If the employee who was wrongfully dismissed meets the conditions, he may request a warning and reinstatement.
- If a divorce lawsuit is filed due to abandonment, a warning to return home after a certain period of time must be sent.
- If the site administration exceeds its legal rights and authorities, a warning letter may be issued to prevent such behavior. The site administration, on the other hand, may send a warning letter to the owners of the flats for reasons such as non-payment of dues and unlawful actions.
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Things to Consider When Drawing a Notice
- It is a document that must be drawn through a notary public in order to prove the notice and avoid wasting the rights.
- To avoid losing rights, the notice should be prepared with clear, brief, and non-controversial statements.
- The creditor or party who defeats the right must first issue a notice. However, the other party should be notified. There is no legal basis for the injunction process without notice. The communiqué starts the legal process.
- Interest is charged on the debt as soon as the creditor sends a notice to the counterparty and it reaches the other party. There can be no interest claim if a lawsuit is filed without notice and after three years.