Warning Letter by Authority, Claiming Enhanced Payment from Vendors
When you provide a service, then it's only natural that you get paid for that service. Sometimes it can take some time for people to pay you back and that can be a pretty tricky situation when you both agreed on a particular date. But when people have violated the agreed upon contract, then you are in your right to ask for enhanced payments.
How to write a request letter for enhanced payment to vendors?
When writing a letter to request payment, you need to be polite, but also firm. When they have violated the contracts, then you need to make it clear that you know exactly what they've done and that you don't appreciate it. You will then let them know that you expect them to pay the amount that is specified in the contracts.
Example of a direct way of asking for enhanced payment:
This is to inform you that I, Name, the Occupation of this housing society warn you regarding the contract violation your side has committed. I also want to claim the extra payment/ fine that you will have to pay as compensation for contract violation as well as the increased rent due to commercial activities at the stall.
According to Month month’s contract, your vendors should only be distributing samples and pamphlets and are not selling any kind of products in their stalls. This was also made obvious to us that the company is not going to advertise products that are not included in the contract itself.
Unfortunately, my agents have informed me that you have violated the contracts in many ways.First, you are selling your samples. Secondly, you have openly advertised several products that were not included in the contract. The rent that you are paying is not for commercial stalls. We have a strong feeling that your company is very openly deceiving us.
This can be a pretty annoying situation to be in. So save yourself some time by downloading this Warning letter by authority letter and not to dwell too long on this situation.
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