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    to whom it may concern

    To Whom It May Concern:

    It is to inform you that, we will wait till Thursday 17/June/2010 as per telephonic conversation for the balance out standing rent of amount Rs. 28,000. In case of a failure company has a right to vacate the area.

    We will not tolerate any new miss commitments made by you, company will collect rent on 10th of each month, in case of a failure, company shall have a right to vacate the area with in 15 days


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    Re: to whom it may concern

    What's you question?

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    Re: to whom it may concern

    sir, is this letter is correct , i want to send it to my companys tenant.

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    Re: to whom it may concern

    Quote Originally Posted by noman12 View Post
    To Whom It May Concern:

    It is to inform you that, we will wait till Thursday 17/June/2010 as per telephonic conversation for the balance out standing rent of amount Rs. 28,000. In case of a failure company has a right to vacate the area.

    We will not tolerate any new miss commitments made by you, company will collect rent on 10th of each month, in case of a failure, company shall have a right to vacate the area with in 15 days
    To Whom It May Concern (if you know the person's name it is always preferable to use it instead of "To Whom It May Concern." Particularly if this letter is going to be considered a legal document, that is, a warning of possible eviction.)


    we will wait till Thursday 17/June/2010 as per telephonic conversation for the balance out standing rent of amount Rs. 28,000. In case of a failure company has a right to vacate the area. As per our telephone conversation, you have until (It's best to state a time deadline as well as a date - By what time on June 17 will the payment be considered late? Noon? Midnight? Six o'clock?) 17 June 2010 to pay the outstanding rent balance of Rs 28,000. Should you fail to comply, the company reserves the right to evict you from the premises*.

    We will not tolerate any new miss commitments made by you, company will collect rent on 10th of each month, in case of a failure, company shall have a right to vacate the area with in 15 days
    In the future, the full amount of rent is due on the 10th of each month. Any late payments will result in eviction proceedings* in 15 days.


    *this is the legal term that would be used in AmE. You would, of course, use whatever legal wording is appropriate in your area.

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