Notice of Forfeiture of Deposit

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This Notice of Forfeiture of Deposit is sent by a company or business to a customer who has given a deposit for the delivery of goods. This letter will serve as formal notice that if delivery of the goods is not taken within a specific time that the customer's deposit will be forfeited. It is important that this notice be set out in writing in the event there are future disputes regarding the customer's deposit.

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This Notice of Forfeiture of Deposit is designed for use by a company or business to send to a customer who has given a good faith deposit for the purchase of goods. This letter informs the customer that the company has unsuccessfully attempted to contact the customer regarding the delivery of the goods. It also serves as formal notice that unless delivery of the goods is taken within a set timeframe, the customerís deposit will be forfeited. It is important that this type of notice be set forth in writing. A written Notice of Forfeiture of Deposit will be useful in the event there are disputes between the company and customer regarding the deposit.

This Notice of Forfeiture of Deposit includes the following:
  • Parties: Sets out the name of the customer who has given a deposit for goods;
  • Goods: Sets out the date of purchase of the goods and a brief description of the goods;
  • Amount of Deposit: Sets out the amount of deposit for the goods;
  • Forfeiture Notice: Sets forth the specific timeframe for customer to send written confirmation of delivery of the goods or customerís deposit will be forfeited;
  • Signatures: The company, a company representative or attorney must sign this notice of forfeiture letter.

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State Law Compliance: This form complies with the laws of all states
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Notice of Forfeiture of Deposit


Date (ie. July 31, 2000)
Customer Name
Customer Address
Dear Customer Name:
Re:  Purchase of Brief Description of Purchased Goods
On Date of Purchase of Goods, you purchased from us Brief Description of Purchased Goods.
At that time, you signed a written contract and gave us a deposit of $Amount of Deposit.  We prepared the goods for you immediately and tried to contact you on numerous occasions to take delivery of them. However, you have not responded to our repeated attempts to contact you.
Please be advised that unless we receive your written confirmation that you wish to take delivery of the goods within seven (7) days of the date of this letter, we will consider this matter closed and your deposit forfeited.
Kindly govern yourself accordingly.
Your Company or Business Name
   Your Name and Title (ie. John Smith, President)
cc.   Name of Law Firm (Optional)

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