I am writing to notify you that you are in breach of sections and and and and of the agreement between and dated (the "Agreement").
Specifically, you have breached the following obligations under the Agreement:
- 1. Section was breached as follows:
- 2. Section was breached as follows:
- 3. Section was breached as follows:
- 4. Section was breached as follows:
- 5. Section was breached as follows:
Unless you remedy this breach within days of this letter's date, in accordance with section of the Agreement, we will take measures to protect our rights under the Agreement and applicable law. All rights are reserved under this notice.
What's a breach of contract notice?
When someone with whom you're working through a contract fails to keep up their part of the deal, that's called a breach of contract. Remind business partners about their unmet contract obligations with a breach of contract notice. Fortunately, a reminder of these obligations and a correctly worded warning are often enough to get a business partner back to work and make it right by fulfilling their side of the contract.
Here's the information you'll need to have handy to complete your breach of contract notice:
Who it's coming from
: Determine if a business or individual is sending the document and have the name and contact information ready.
Who it's going to
: Know who this document is going to and have the individual or business name and contact information ready.
: Have the original contract handy and a summary of the portion of the contract that has been violated or is unfulfilled.
: Be clear about the original contract's timeline, including the start date.