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hi do you need to make a legal demand of someone give me five minutes and Im going to show you how to do it right hi this is attorney Jeremy Hogan and welcome to legal briefs so today were gonna be talking about a demand letter and a demand letter is simply a formal demand that someone or something stop doing something so in theory a demand letter is very easy to do actually you could just scribble something on the napkin hand it to the person and thats a demand letter but a well done demand letter requires thought and professionalism okay first lets talk about the technical issues often a written demand is a condition proceeding to legal action and you may need to prove sometimes years later when the letter was sent in to whom so at the top of the letter youre always going to start off with the date and then how the letter was sent by u.s. mail email hand delivery facsimile whatever it might be if you send a letter by mail there is a rebuttable presumption that the recipient rec