I have been sent a legal notice from an advocate to pay some outstanding maintenance, sinking fund, etc charges to one of my email addresses unknown even to my housing society/RWA i.e. all communications from the RWA including invoices are sent to another email of mine. The advocate who has sent the notice has used his personal ‘gmail’ email address to send the notice although the notice is on the legal firm’s letterhead. Should I be acknowledging that I have received this notice?
In addition, I do not agree with the outstanding charges, I have not been sent the details of the o/s amount even though I have asked for these previously and I am also stuck abroad due to the ongoing situation. How should I respond to this notice if I should respond?
2 Answers from Attorneys
You can respond the notice through reply option against the email from where it was sent to you.
Engage a counsel and respond asap.
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