Legal Notices

The concept of notice is critical to the integrity of legal proceedings. Due process requires that legal action cannot be taken against anyone unless the requirements of notice and an opportunity to be heard are observed. Legal proceedings are initiated by providing notice to the individual affected. If an individual is accused of a crime, he has aright to be notified of the charges. In addition, formal papers must be prepared to give the accused notice of the charges. An individual who is being sued in a civil action must be provided with notice of the nature of the suit. State statutes prescribethe method of providing this type of notice. Courts are usually strict in requiring compliance with these laws, and ordinarily plaintiff must put this information into a complaint that must be served upon the defendant in some legally adequate manner.The plaintiff may personally serve the complaint to the defendant. When that is not practical, the papers may be servedthrough the mail. In some cases a court may allow, or require, service by posting or attaching the papers to the defendant's last known address or to a public place where the defendant is likely to see them. Typically, however, notice is given by publication of the papers in a local newspaper. When the defendant is not personally served, or is formally served in anotherstate, the method of service is called substituted service.

Types of Notices:

  1. Succession Certificate Petition
  2. Opening Sheet of Appeals
  3. Executive Petition
  4. Application for deposit of rent
  5. Address Form
  6. List of Documents
  7. Memorandum of Appearance
  8. Bail Bond
  9. Motor Accident Claim Petition
  10. Petition under Delhi Rent Control Act
  11. Application for certified copy in criminal case
  12. Memo of Fees
  13. Vakalatnama
  14. Medical Facility
  15. Notice To Pay Mortgage Money
  16. Notice By Creditor To Guarantors To Pay Debt
  17. Notice By Guarantor To Determine Continuing Guarantee
  18. Notice By Purchaser For Specific Performance Of An Agreement
  19. Notice By Vendor To Complete The Purchase Of Immovable Property
  20. Public Notice Of Election By A Minor On Attaining Majority
  21. Notice By Landlord To Tenant For Demand Of Possession Of House After Expiry Of Lease Period
  22. Notice By Lessor To Lessee To Quit For Non Payment Of Rent
  23. Notice Of Assignment By Assignee
  24. Notice Of Dishonour Of Bill Of Exchange To Drawer
  25. Notice Of Dishonour Of Cheque Under Section 93
  26. Notice Of Intended Purchaser To A Possible Pre-emptor
  27. Notice Of Re-sale of Goods by Seller
  28. Notice Of Retirement By A Partner
  29. Notice To Tenant To Attorn Tenancy
  30. Form for notice of change of address of the firm
  31. Form of giving notice of change of constitution of the firm
  32. Public Notice Of Election By A Minor On Attaining Majority
  33. Notice To The Registrar Of Firms Under Section 63
  34. Notice Of Determination Of Lease For Breach Of Covenants Contained In The Lease Deed

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