Reminder Email for Annual Lease Payment

Want to write a reminder letter for lease payment? We are giving you sample letter templates to ask for the payment of the annual lease amount. Letter to serve as a reminder for an annual lease payment of vehicle, property, etc.

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Soft Payment Reminder Letter to Client

Client Name,
Address, State, City

Subject: Reminder for Annual Lease Payment

Dear Sir/Madam,

I want to remind you of the annual lease payment of your house loan. I will be grateful for your acknowledgment and timely payment deposit against challan number 00000. I will be thankful for your positive response.

Sincerely Yours,

Your Name

Reminder Email for Annual Lease Payment

The Finance Manager,

Insta Textile Mill

Dear Sir,

I am writing this in the context of the prevailing lease contract for the finance of motor vehicles for your company.  We are in a five years contract, and this is to inform you that your yearly lease payment for the fourth year for an amount of $ 100,000 is due the next week. Please make sure to meet the deadline for your payment to avoid any troublesome consequences. Moreover, you are further informed that in case of a delayed payment penalty may be charged above the actual amount as mentioned in the contract.



Branch Manager

City Bank

Reminder Email for Annual Lease Payment

To: Matthew Perez
Halifax, Nova Scotia

This is a reminder that your annual lease payment for House #3762 on Honeymoon Avenue is due within a week. Please pay your lease as soon as possible.

Thank you,
Eastern Homes Ltd.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Soft Payment Reminder Letter to Client

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