Letter- RESPONSE TO LIABILITY CLAIM
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Directing your attention to your [date] correspondence in which you have indicated your representation of the above mentioned individual, please be advised that on [date] the [firm] changed hands pursuant to a recorded bill of sale of the same date.
This correspondence will serve to inform you that any claim originating prior to that date should be directed to [name of individual], [address], [city, state, postcode] By virtue of a series of agreements, ______________________ has agreed to accept and hold us harmless from any and all liabilities arising prior to [date]
If I may be of any further assistance in this matter, please don't hesitate to contact the above office.
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