Statutory demand notice: service on a company
Official statutory demand forms, examples and notes. Simple and effective debt collecting device.
- Solicitor approved
- Plain English makes editing easy
- Guidance notes included
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About this document
If you issue a statutory demand, you can follow it up 21 days later with a winding up petition. There is nothing, but nothing that concentrates someone’s mind more than prospective wipe out. Of course, if you have done your homework, you never need to issue the petition.
The procedure is very easy to follow. All you need are a couple of forms and a stamp; no solicitors, no court fees.
Who will use this document?
any person or company for use in the recovery of money.
Application and features
- Statutory demand form issues under section 289 of the Companies Act 1993
- Explanatory notes on how to complete the form and what to do next
- Statement of claim to support the demand
- Example letter to Debtor Company enclosing statutory demand
- Example letter withdrawing the demand when the debtor pays
- Template letter and forms
- Full example text completed in the Net Lawman version to guide you with the wording you might use
- Drafting notes to help you further
- Example letter you might send to your debtor with the form
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current New Zealand law.
What other customers thought
Average customer rating
By Trudy Talbot 13 July 2017
Easy document to adapt and it was available to me immediately. I completed it and sent it to our debtor advising that if the debt wasn't paid within x time that the demand would be served. I received payment the next day. It was worth spending $19 to recover $32,000 over night. Great outcome for us. Thank you. Yes, I would recommend you and I would use you again.
By Verne Burmester 13 August 2015
The information was really informative and gave us options that were relevant to the situation.
By Monique Campbell 29 March 2015
The form contained enough information for me to draft and send a Statutory demand. It also explained the process clearly so there was no confusion.
By Douglas Majors 08 June 2014
The document was very easy to understand, gave me the options of placing my own words to suit my particular situation but still left the same impact as if my Lawyer had written it.I was hesitant at first, thinking that it would only suit certain situations in an "American Court" but my fears were allayed as soon as I read the documents. So easy to change to suit any country.
The cost savings are obvious and the quality is just as, if not better, than that of paying hundreds of dollars to a Lawyer to write the same thing.I am highly impressed and will gladly recommend this service in future.
By ROBERT MCGREGOR 14 April 2014
I received excellent service and found the document provided exactly what i was requiring.
By Shane Hollis 17 August 2013
We were looking for a Statutory Demand, bought the document from Net lawman and was pleasantly surprised. Not only did we get the document we got a covering letter, a follow up letter if paid, a letter for if not paid and advice on how to use it. Well worth the money - certainly saved me a lot of time making this very cost effective.
By Robyn Wilson 22 November 2015
Pleased to find such a site ; certainly will look again.
By Keith Jackson 16 July 2015
The document was of good quality and well supported with applicable options and instructions.
I actuallay completed the doc and forwarded to our solicitor because I was unsure of other requirements associated with the demand. Its a lot of money involved so being wise takes priority.
By Linda Washington 31 March 2014
We needed a better way of getting bad debtors to pay and this was a good path to follow. Template was clear and concise and easy to follow. We chose to use Net Lawman because others who had used it gave good reviews.
By Jean Koay 13 January 2014
Good value for money. Included was template cover letter, statutory demand, statement of claim and some instructions. It would have been helpful if they also included info on how to lodge the statement of claim with the courts if the customer does not pay on receiving the statuary demand.
Net Lawman responds 19 February 2014
We will consider what more we can do. Our problem however, is that if debtor fails to pay, you become involved in a court process. We are prevented by law from advising or acting for you in that. Simple, but annoying for all of us.
By Darren Arnold 03 May 2013
Well worth the price, demand served on client who immediately paid the outstanding debt.
By Patrick Kennedy 02 July 2013
Better than i thought it might be, i did benefit as i sent my debtor the 289 notice and hey presto the debtor paid!-yes I would recommend it.
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