Dispute Letter

Dispute letter is a letter written by a person or an organization to inform the other party that we are going to take a legal action against you now and the reason behind writing a dispute letter can be anything for example: if the other party denies for payment or not working according to the contract then a situation of dispute gets created. This letter is basically a final warning letter given by an organization to the other party to make the full and final otherwise the company can take a legal action and after this letter is issued to a party by a person or an organization there are chances that the two companies will end up working together in future. Mostly the reason behind sending a dispute letter is when a company denies for making the payment which is left and to give a last chance to that party for making the payment a dispute letter as warning is issued .This letter is considered as a final warning for the other party and if neglected then they have to face the repercussions which can lead to notice from court.

Find below some Example, Sample and format of writing Dispute Letter :


 

 

Dispute Letter


 

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To,
 
Name of the Employee
Designation
Organization Name
Address ____________
___________________
 


Sub: Dispute between two Companies
 

Dear Mr. /Ms. _________________,


This letter is written to you as a final reminder over the unpaid invoices from last year, number 123 to 567, total amount of Rs__________/- otherwise I have to take court action. I remember the day  you asking me for credit at the point as your business was struggling, and stupidly I agreed.
 

I have tried to contact you many times but you have been ignoring my calls and emails and last time when we had a talk you said you owe my company no dues. I asked you therefore to send me proof that these invoices were paid, you must have copies, and otherwise it is clear that they stand unpaid.
 

So I ask you once more to clear this debt you have with my company. If you have financial difficulties and are unable to pay back the sum in full, then you must contact me to arrange a repayment plan, as hiding will solve nothing. If this time you ignored my correspondence, I will take a legal action against you.
 

 

Yours Faithfully,

Name of the person
Designation
Organization Name

 

 

 

 



 

 

                                                                       Dispute Letter
 


 

                                                                                                                                Dated ________
 

 

To,
 
Name of the Employee
Designation
Address ____________
___________________
 

 

Sub: Demanding Proof for Payment
 

Dear Mr. /Ms. _________________,
 
This is with reference to your due payments towards us since (time period) ______ months. The amount pending is Rs. ___________/- and applies to the order numbers 213, 9817, 231 and 221.

 

We have been kind to you by allowing you to take our supplies for credit owing to your sinking business and now you are claiming that all the payment have been done so we demand you to show us the proof of the payments.
 

We have been trying to get in touch with you through mails, calls and letters but have got no response from you. One of our employees even came to meet you in person but was denied any access to you. After all this failed attempts to contact you, we have decided to take this through the legal path. We wanted to give you a last chance and that is the reason we are writing this letter to you asking for the invoices of the payments that you claim to have made to us.
 

We request you to oblige this letter and submit the proof or admit that the payments haven´t been done. We can even consider giving you chance to repay in installments. We will have to meet you in the court if you ignore this chance.
 

 

Yours Faithfully,
Name of the Authorized person
Manager
Organization Name

 

 

 



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