Find Out How To Prepare a Demand Letter in Texas
Finding yourself in a breach of contract situation is not only unpleasant but can also cause serious problems. What should you do—forgive and forget, try to reach an out-of-court settlement, or sue the breaching party?
If you have to prepare a demand letter in Texas, DoNotPay offers information that can help you resolve the problem as soon as possible.
- The other party to fulfill their end of the deal
- Paid for the obligations you have performed under the contract
The letter is a good way to:
- Remind the other party of contractual terms
- Give them another chance to honor their commitment to the agreement
- Inform them that you will seek damages and other remedies in court if they are not willing to discuss the matter
If you decide to send a demand letter before taking legal action, the following scenarios are possible:
|Creating a Demand Letter Could||Explanation|
|Spur the other party into action||The purpose of a demand letter is to:
If you do not send a letter, the breaching party might hope you have decided not to pursue the matter further
|Lead to a lawsuit||A breaching party could decide to:
Regardless of the reason they provide, you should be ready to take further action
You can try to avoid lengthy and expensive legal proceedings by creating a convincing demand letter.
To ensure the breaching party takes you seriously, here is what you should do:
- Stick to the facts and be polite—Keep in mind that what you specify in the letter and how you do that could harm you if it is not true or seems aggressive. If you do not want to find yourself in legal trouble, you should not use threats or anything else but the facts
- Avoid presenting all evidence—While you should make the breaching party understand that you have evidence to support your claim, you might keep certain elements for a potential lawsuit. By stating all evidence, you could give the defendant material to help their case and hinder yours
- Register for DoNotPay—Our AI-powered app knows all the state laws and will include the elements of your breach of contract to create an airtight demand letter
There is no need to use expensive lawyers, debt collectors, or unreliable templates to draft a demand letter, regardless of the type of breach (e.g., a material or anticipatory one). Instead, you should let the world’s first robot lawyer do all the work for you. As soon as you enter the info about your specific situation, DoNotPay will provide you with a watertight demand letter.
Sign up for DoNotPay and:
- Access the Client Breach of Contract feature
- Answer some questions about the other party and agreement
- Select the final deadline for delivery or payment
- Describe the performed services
- Provide additional evidence to back up your claim
Keep in mind that even if you choose to send a demand letter and hope for an out-of-court agreement, you should get ready to take legal action.
If you decide to sue the other party, you should:
- Be prepared for the defenses the other party might raise
- Use DoNotPay’s assistance to sue in small claims court
If you would like to initiate a lawsuit for a breach of contract, you need to check the latest statute of limitations, i.e., the deadline by which you can file a claim in your state.
In Texas, you can file a breach of contract claim within four years from the date when the breach happened. If this time has expired, you lose the right to take legal action against the breaching party.
Keep in mind that while a four-year time limit is a general rule for breach-of-contract situations, there are two exceptions to this rule:
- Fraudulent concealment—You can sue the breaching party when you discover the breach—regardless of when it occurred—if:
- You did not know that the breach happened
- The other contractual party concealed the breach from you
- Discovery rule—The statute of limitations starts once you discover injury or loss (caused by the breach) you should have otherwise learned about through reasonable diligence
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