The Maiden Edition of this treatise came at least a decade before and in the meantime, the case Law has undergone radical changes. During this period, the law has also been made computer friendly with the engrafting and putting on statute book the information and Technology Act, 2000. This contemporary subject, therefore, required editing and updating of the latest developments in this arena thereby necessitating this new edition.This edition extensively covers within its contents the law relating to `electronic notices` and also commentary and analysis on the Payment and Settlement Systems Act, 2007, for which purpose the full-fledged chapters have been devoted in the book. The book covers within its horizons various new topics, such as, notices sent by E-mails, couriers, fax and the aspect as to how the same is to be proved in the court of law in case of denial of its service.The first edition of this book was forwarded by Hon’ble Mr. Justice Arijit Pasayat containing His Lordship`s special comments stating inter- alia that the subject was dealt with by the young author with special dexterity, which by itself goes a long way to Prove the soundness of its contents.In the mean time, various dicta have also been pronounced by the Apex Court which tantamount to changing the basic concept of `law of notices` and the same has also been extensively incorporated in this research work.Be that as it may, this treatise contains academic precedents along with its practical relevance in the courts of law from the practicing lawyers point of view. For the purpose threadbare case law analysis has been carried out and judicious opinions and postulates have been formulated to facilitate further development of the subject wherever necessary.The book shall be useful not only for the lawyers. Corporates and businessmen but also for those whose it is to implement and enforce law.