A Cease and Desist Letter is sent to a person or a company engaged in unwanted or illegal behavior. This letter is a formal request for the recipient to stop ("cease") and discontinue ("desist)" its behavior.
A Cease and Desist Letter is sent to a person or a company engaged in unwanted or illegal behavior. This letter is a formal request for the recipient to stop ("cease") and discontinue ("desist)" its behavior. The sender must be prepared to take further legal actions if the recipient does not intend to comply with these requirements to stop the misconduct that impairs the sender's business and rights.
The sender, through this Cease and Desist letter, may request the recipient to stop any misconduct. Below are examples of specialized documents for the following situations:
You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.
At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.
A Cease and Desist letter consists of:
The Cease and Desist letter is a general-purpose and may be used as a request that a person or business stop any misconduct. The sender may include in the letter a detailed description of the unwanted behavior and the damage caused by that.
Once completed, the letter should be sent through certified mail to the individual or business, that hasn't been behaving properly.
No law regulates what must be included in a Cease and Desist letter. However, we recommend including a detailed description of the offending behavior and make an apparent demand that the behavior has to stop or else legal action will be taken. This way, you'll avoid difficulties in the future as you will have everything documented, and this will facilitate the court process.