What is a Legal Notice and how to issue one:
Typically, as simple as it sounds, a Legal Notice is a well drafted account of the grievances along with the reliefs sought from the opposite party, which is sent to the opposite party/addressee requiring them to do or to abstain from doing a certain Act. A Legal Notice is simply a warning in the legal sense whereby a party given some time to the other person to either comply with the requests made or to face legal action. However a Legal Notice is distinct from any self drafted letter, in the sense that a Legal Notice would have to be drafted by an advocate, and must bear the signatures of the advocate. In RERA law, Legal Notices are not a mandatory requirement before instituting the complaint, however, they may prove beneficial in saving the complainant from litigation, and may also aid in litigation if drafted well.