Sample Warning Letter of Terms Violation in Business Partnership. These formats can be issued to partners or customer/clients due to various business matters. Multiple reasons can be shown according to requirement.
Sample Warning Letter of Term Violation in Partnership
Dear Business Partner,
This letter is a written warning letter regarding term violation. Before starting this business, we held a basic meeting just to discuss about the terms and regulations of running this business together. There has been 2 years to this business that we have not been in any quarrel or never faced any unsatisfactory payments or results. I am very disheartened to know that your team is not meeting all the criteria as they were before. Weekly budget of business were not up to date. Reports of machinery selling to the Head department were late. Some of the entries were missing. I have called you many times to discuss about the deadlines but you totaling declined it. I believe that this is very unethical and unprofessional behavior, which is not acceptable in any work environment. This written warning letter is being issued to you for the very first and last time.
Warning Letter Regarding Term Violation in Partnership
Dear Mr Methew,
Good Morning, It is very unprofessional and not at all acceptable to be not attentive about your work. I have to know that there were three important meetings with clients in this week, which you did not even attend and not even inform the clients about your unavailability. I tried to reach you several times, there was no luck, and then I have to know that you are on vacation in Canada. I am highly disappointed that you did not even care to inform me about your trip. If you could have told me, I would have handled the clients. I hope you are very aware that it is against all the rules we decided at the time of business setting. I am issuing you this warning letter regarding term violation. I hope that you make this partnership a priority and be more professional. There are some basic principles mandatory to follow for all the business partners.