After you have sent the Promissory Note and the settlement date has passed, the Recipient of the Promissory Note did not attended the settlement, ideally the day after settlement date this notice should be posted to them.

If they respond prior to the settlement date or reply to this notice in a negative way, the next step is to “Request Litigation”.

The following steps need to be made:

  1. The copy of the Bill held for your records written on in red ink with your “By:auto-graph:  BoE Act 1909 S22, UCC1-103 & UCC1-308,”
  2. The Promissory Note with red ink “By:auto-graph:”
  3. This Notice of Intended Settlement in Blue Ink with “STRAW SIGNATURE” (not autograph)
  4. Their nasty reply letter
Email all 4 as attachments and write a summary of the event/establishment evidence, that was Trespass against your Property, Person & Privilege.

How to use this form

Kindly complete the form below, adhering closely to the instructions provided for each field to ensure accuracy. Once finished, submit it, and you will receive an email with a PDF attachment containing the completed form. Print the required number of copies, autograph / sign them, or arrange for autographs/ signatures, and dispatch them via registered post for optimal processing.

All the Bill of Exchange forms have been updated to accomodate members and non-members of the Royal Registry de Jure.

Notice of Tendered Settlement

Details of Sender / Beneficiary

Sender of Bill

Bill Details


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