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    This is to inform you

    This is to inform you that we have furnished the required information as sought by letter dated June 5,2015 and we also understand after having discussion with you that the same has been accepted by HUDCO.

    Request you to issue us the no objection certificate at the earliest.

    Are the above sentences correct?

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    Re: This is to inform you

    Quote Originally Posted by suniljain View Post
    This is to inform you that we have furnished provided the required information as sought requested by in your letter dated June 5, (space here) 2015 and we also understand, after having [our] discussion with you, that the same has been accepted by HUDCO.

    We request you that you to issue us the "no objection certificate" at the your earliest convenience.

    Are the above sentences correct?
    See above for my suggested amendments.

    I have put quotes around "no objection certificate" to set it apart from the rest of the sentence. If it's the official name of the certificate, I would remove the quotes and call it the No Objection Certificate.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: This is to inform you

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    See above for my suggested amendments.

    I have put quotes around "no objection certificate" to set it apart from the rest of the sentence. If it's the official name of the certificate, I would remove the quotes and call it the No Objection Certificate.
    Thanks for the above correction.
    I want to understand if the original postings wrong or the correction is the better way to write.
    Last edited by suniljain; 09-Aug-2015 at 13:03.

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