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Hi there. Just saw this second post. If you wish to send a demand letter, you would start with the recitation of the facts and include evidence in support of them, such as the deed showing that you were the owner of the property. Then include an instruction of what you demand they do (i.e., send you a cashiers check for the full amount deposited in their account). Then, follow it with the threat of what you will do if they do not turn over the money within X number of days, such as sue them, and make sure you let them know it will be worse if they do not pay because you will recover attorneys fees in any potential lawsuit.
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