Dear Respectful Legal Advisors,
i have one doubt kindly clear it
How many time does an advocate sends the legal notice if we keep on refusing to take showing several reasons and what will hapen.
is there any law that he should send the notice till i recieve it ?
can he file a case in court if i refuse to take the Notice at the FIRST time ?
As per the law how many times does an advocate should send the Legal notice (if theother party does not accept) ?
looking forward to your valuable advices..
kindly rely ASAP.

From India ,
There is no specific time limits mentioned in the Acts, save for certain mandatory provisions defined in few acts. If a notice is refused to be taken, the Advocate issuing can certainly file the case even if it is first time. If a notice is returned due to non availability or some endorsements like, person not available, changed the address or left the town etc., then the Advocate has to issue a notice again to the revised address. In all other cases, if a notice is refused to be recieved, then the presumption is that you had actually received and the concerned Advocate can file a suit immedaitely
From India , Hyderabad
There is a difference between notice not delivered and notice not accepted. In your case refusal to accept the notice may call for further legal actions, and a separate action for refusal can also be taken, so you would surely end up with compounding cases.......
You can not defend by saying that the notice being served was not accepted when the notice was served properly with the a proper addressing, pre- paying and serving through the registered post or courier, or by person, (where there is a proof of serving the notice), in case of such refusal they may also a file a case against you for tampering the legal process...... any competing advocate would surely take such actions......
So, appreciate the process and prepare the sound reply..........

From India , Bangalore
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