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Writing the Negative News eMail (Other (Not Listed) Sample)


Using any other scenario than the one mentioned above will result in a zero

for the assignment.

Use professional eMail formatting, including the sender’s contact information and the company’s inside address information, for the assignment. Be sure to do the following:

  1. 1)  Address the eMail to the individual mentioned in the scenario you chose from above. (You will, of course, send the email to me at my Texas State eMail address.)
  2. 2)  The eMail will come from you as the company representative
  3. 3)  At the end of the eMail, show your complete personal signature: your

name and contact information

  1. 4)  You must put the assignment information in the Subject area of the eMail.
  2. 5)  And, most important, do your best to both save the customer and follow

company policy. This means you must clearly justify your decision. 

Writing the negative news eMail
Course title:
Jamie Robinson
Suite 310, Two Buckhead Plaza
3050 Peachtree Rd,
NW, Atlanta, GA 30305
August 5, 2015
Manuel Quinones, CPA
Suite 300, Two Buckhead Plaza
3050 Peachtree Rd,
NW, Atlanta, GA 30305
Dear Mr. Quinones,
RE: Request Refusal: Learn to live with a noisy tenant
The purpose of writing this email is to notify you that your request for the eviction of Scott Eslan, the noisy tenant, is denied. Ejecting a tenant from a commercial property could be a complex process since my rights as the landlord are balanced by the rights of the tenant, with both having to be taken into consideration in the process of eviction. According to the State laws, the possible reasons that might result in eviction of the tenant from a commercial building include the following: tenant carries out prohibited business activity, late rent, or lack of required maintenance. None of these is applicable to Mr. Eslan.
It is worth mentioning that Quit or Cure Notices are usually given after a tenant in a commercial building has violated a condition or term of the rental or lease agreement. The tenant usually has a specified period of time in which he or she can cure/correct the breach and if the tenant fails to do so, then he or she has to move or face the likelihood of an eviction cou...
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