To fill in a blank cease-and-desist form, create a header with your contact information, address the letter to the recipient, draft the body containing the details of the illegal activity, add a compliance agreement, and sign the form, notes both the Thompson Hall and UpCounsel websites. When completing a cease-and-desist letter, it is important to discuss the details with an attorney who is knowledgeable on the subject.
The Thompson Hall website offers a video tutorial prior to viewing the cease-and-desist letter. Be sure to include a header that contains your name and legal address. List the date of the letter along with the perpetrator's name and address. State the associated subject, noting the cease-and-desist activity triggering the legal action. The Thompson Hall website also has a variety of sample templates available. When necessary, include a statement in the cease-and-desist letter related to a copyright infringement settlement agreement.
The UpCounsel website offers a more condensed cease-and-desist letter requiring your contact information, a salutation to the recipient and a signature. When drafting a cease-and-desist letter, enter specific information about the behavior you are requesting to cease and if there are any federal or state laws that are applicable to the legal situation.