First of all, you need to write to the manager of the bank, along with his name and position. The next step is create a subject line, highlighting the fact you're applying for a check book, relevant to your account. In the bulk of the letter, you need to give the details of your account, and then ask about the possibility of the bank issuing a check book. The final step is to sign the letter underneath the text, finishing with your name in capital letters, and your address that's connected with the account you have. An example of a letter is explained below.
Bank Manager's Name
Subject of letter : Requisition for a new check book
This is a letter to request you to issue me a check book of ___ leaves for my account with you. I have a "specify" Account with you, with account number ______. This account is in the name of ______ / joint holder ______.
I understand that the charges for the new check book will be debited from my account upon the issuing of the check book.
The check book can be sent to my address at:
"Your Name in capital letters"