Sample Letters to Bankers and Solicitors

Published on February 26th, 2012 by | Category: Writing

1. Instructing Bank to honour Signature

The Manager,

— Bank.

DEAR SIR,

Please note that from this date all cheques drawn on our AJcs will be signed by two Directors as heretofore and countersigned by Mr. A. L. Johnson instead of Mr. 8. Wright. Also all cheques payable to us will be endorsed by Mr. Johnson instead of by Mr. Wright.

Yours faithfully,

pp. TuE STUPENDOUSCo., Lrn.,

H. Moss (Chairman).

Mr. A. L. Johnson will sign here . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2. Opening a second Account

The Manager,

— Bank.

DEAR SIR,

I enclose cheque for £250 and shall be obliged if you will open a new A/c with this, to be known as the “T. H. Green, No. 2 Account.” Please send me pass book and book of 50 cheques to order, crossed.

Yours faithfully,

T. H. GREEN.

3. Stopping Payment of Cheque

The Manager,

— Bank.

DEAR SIR,

Will you please stop payment of cheque No. A 04816, drawn by me for £560 in favour of Messrs. P Loomis & Co?

Yours faithfully,

T. H. GREEN.

4. Paying in Cheque for Third Party

The Manager,

— Bank.

DEAR SIR,

I enclose cheque for £45, which please credit to the account of your client, Mr. H. L. Powell, of ——

Yours faithfully,

T. H. GREEN.

5. Asking for Overdraft

The Manager,

— Bank.

DEAR SIR,

I have several very large orders in hand, all from thins of good repute, and one for over £3,000 from the War Office. To meet immediate requirements I have to ask you to let me have an overdraft on my A/c up to £2,000 for six months on the usual terms. I should be obliged if you would let me Irnow at your earliest convenience if you have any objection to this, or wish for any further particulars.

Yours faithfully,

T. M. S. MORTON.

6. Letter of Credit

The — Bank,

Hong Kong.

DEAR SIRS,

This letter will be presented to you by our Mr. S. S. Jenkins, and we shall be obliged if you will honour his drafts up to £1,000 and debit our account.

Yours faithfully,

pp. T. MooRE & SoNs,

P. L. MooltE.

7. Advising Letter of Credit

The — Bank,

Hong Kong.

DEAR SIRS,

We have to-day given our Mr. S. S. Jenkins a Letter of Credit authorising him to draw upon you up to £1,000. Please honour his drafts up to this amount and debit our A/c. We enclose a copy of the Letter of Credit given to Mr. Jenkins, and his signature is appended. We also enclose photograph of Mr. Jenkins for purposes of identification if required.

Yours faithfully,

pp. T. Moons & SoNs,

P. L. Moons.

Mr. S. S. Jenkins will sign here . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8. Instructing a Solicitor to prepare a Power of Attorney

DEAR SIR,

As I am going abroad next month and expect to be away for a year, I wish to give a general Power of Attorney to Mr. James Watts, of 18 Mildmay Road, Kensington, to deal with my affairs. Will you please draw up the necessary document and let me know when it is ready for signature?

Yours faithfully,

M. P. HOLLAND.

9. To a Solicitor, giving Notice to pay off Mortgage

DEAR SIR,

I shall be obliged if you will inform your clients that I wish to pay off the mortgage on these premises, and herewith give the required six months’ notice.

Yours faithfully,

L. C. WEST.

10. To a Solicitor, accepting Service of Writ

DEAR SIR,

I have received your letter of the 14th, informing me that you have been instructed by Messrs. Mason & Co., Ltd., to bring an action in the High Court to recover £450 which they claim to be due to them.

My solicitors are Messrs. — & —, of — who will accept service on my behalf.

Yours faithfully,

T. L. WUITTTAKER.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *