Our Letters Before Action start from £5.00 plus vat.


Instruction for Letter Before Action
(Sole Trader/Individual/Non Limited Company)

The Letter Before Action Form

For us to begin the process of business debt recovery, the first step is usually sending out a Letter before Action. You can fill in the form below and press send at the bottom when complete.

Five instructions or more – for Sole Trader/Individual/Non Limited Company please click here to download and complete the spreadsheet. When completed please send this spreadsheet to enquiries@laneandcosolicitors.com

Forms must be received before 3.30pm if you wish them to be actioned on the same day.

Pre-Action Debt Protocol*
Yes I have read and understand the information page regarding "Pre-Action Debt Protocol"

Your Details

Your Payment Terms* ie 30 days/Net Monthly etc (Please Specify)

Debtor Details

Name of Debtor* (must contain the Sole Trader/Individual name ie 'Joe Bloggs trading as J.B Associates')

Debtors Account Reference*

Debtors Email Address

Debtors Address*

Debt Details

Total Amount Outstanding*

Is the Debt Disputed*

If Debt is Disputed Please Give Brief Details

Does the Debt Relate to:

A Hire Purchase Agreement*

A Consumer Credit Agreement*

Rent Arrears*

Overdue Invoice*

Other Please Specify

Type of Letter Required*

Attach An Up To Date Statement/Invoice*
Maximum Upload File Size: 2MB (Allowed file types: .doc .docx .pdf .xls .xlsx)

* Required Fields

** You can send a standard 14 day letter to local authorities, hospitals, colleges, schools etc.

Lane and Co aim to offer our Clients quality legal advice with a personal service at a fair cost. Our Terms and Conditions state the basis on which we will provide our professional services.

Read our Terms and Conditions here

Please note that it is important to read and understand the terms before sending your instructions.

I accept Lane and Co’s Terms and Conditions, I am authorised by my Company/Business to accept these terms.

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