Solicitor's Letter - letter before action
- Dispute Settlement Agreement
- Solicitor's Letter - letter before action
- Statutory Demand against individual
- Set Aside Stat Demand
- Draft Petition
- Winding up petition
- Bankruptcy petition
- Company Restoration
- Business Transfer
- Company Statutory Demand
- Enforcing Possession Order (Warrant for Possession)
- Possession Proceedings
- Eviction Notice Section 8 or Section 21
- Boundary disputes and neighbour disputes
Your opponents may well take more notice of a formal solicitor's letter outlining your rights and threatening outcomes, than they may take of a lay-person’s communications; in any case in many circumstances the Courts will expect you to have sent such a letter before you take any other type of enforcement action.
Many problems, such as refusal to pay undisputed invoices, may be solved or clarified through solicitor correspondence.
How long will it take?
We will usually have drafted your letter for your approval within about a working-week of having accepted your instructions (e.g. after payment, for new clients). We would normally send your letter as soon as you approve it. The Courts normally expect at least 14 days to pass from receipt of such a letter before you take any further action.
Your supplier is SRA-regulated Mounteney Solicitors, that charges VAT some customers may be able to reclaim
Our work will be charged at a fixed fee of £325 + VAT = £390 gross.
There is more about our fees on our website here
If you have any questions or require any further information, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us.