Sample excuse, and apology letter for withdrawal of business partnership which can be used in any kind of business partnership, and Joint Account Partnership due to some valid reasons.
Leaving a Business Partnership Letter
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Dear Mr. Cameron I’m writing to you to give you an official letter for our business partnership finishing.
A few years ago we started a business together, and it was good for a while but then we started to lose money. At first it was small amounts but then it got bigger to the point that I thought I wasn’t going mad. I hired a private investigator, and he looked into every member of my employees. I am very disappointed when he told me you are the one stealing from me, and how much. Its official my lawyer gave me the documents today so now you are no longer part of this company I am a single partner now.
Letter of Withdrawal from Business Partnership
Respected Mr. Ali,
I’m writing this because I feel I owe you a personal apology. I’m really very sorry it was all my mistake still I’ve ended partnership with you by blaming you, my behavior was also rude I know it’s hard for you to forgive me but still try to forget about everything happened between us. I know you will forgive me, and forget everything.
Partnership Termination Letter to Business Partner
I am fine, and I hope you are doing fine too. I wanted to talk to you about what happened the other day. I know I panicked, and I am sorry for that but I think it’s time now. Our partnership had been going on for like ten years counting this one as the eleventh one…I always trusted you with all my heart, and soul but when word came up about you stealing from the company I couldn’t believe it. I wanted to see proofs, and unfortunately I saw them. It’s okay if you needed money, I hope instead of stealing you would’ve asked me for it.
As the saying goes “There is no crying over spilt milk” I don’t think crying over what happened is of any use now. What happened? I promise it will not affect our friendship but I had no choice other than to end my business partnership with you. I hope you will find it in your heart to forgive me.