How To Make A Request Letter To Wave A Penalty?


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The first thing that you will need to do is to give some thought about what you want to include in the letter, so it is a good idea to make some notes as you think of them, and then to number the points that you have made in order of priority.

You will need to stick to the point and not ramble on about injustice or anything else that could be considered to be emotive. Keep to the facts and keep it as succinct as possible.

Remember to keep to one point per paragraph.

This is a formal letter so it should be set out formally. Write your address in the top right of the letter, leave a line and then put the date. This should be written in full and not abbreviated. Leave another line and put the reference number if you have one so that the reader can accurately place your case.

Leave another line and then put the address of the person you are writing to on the left of the page. After another line, you can start your letter with your salutation.

You should write Dear, and then the name of the person you are writing to if you know it. Otherwise, begin your letter Dear Sir/Madam (or Madam/Sir if you prefer). Leave another line and begin your first paragraph.

Each paragraph should begin on the left of the page and unless you are hand-writing it, should not be indented, with a line left between each one.

When your letter is completed, leave another line and, if you started your letter Dear Sir/Madam, finish with Yours faithfully; if you started with the person's name, finish with Yours sincerely. Never write yours truly, or any other nonsense, and never start faithfully or sincerely with a capital letter.

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