unable to clear 2 years old challan & fail to get back my money from frd unable to clear 2 years old challan & fail to get back my money from frd

i bought bike in Mar'2019 from my friend in 88k but i paid him 1.03Lac coz he need 15k for some personal need but he have not share any document in hard copy (RC, Insc, PUC), I received only soft copy (i upload on mparivahan app).
at the end of 2019, i went to know that RC of this bike is impound in court coz of jun'2018 unpaid challan. now i'm requesting to him to please pay that challan & provide RC to me along with NOC, sale letter but, some times he ready take back his bike & will pay complete money & some thing he deniad to give any doc & will not pay 15k.
now i need help what i do? how can i get RC (if) or my complete money (if he take back his bike)?

NITHYANANDAN SUNDARESAN

Responded 2 years ago

A.Dear client, consult a Senior Motor Vehicle Lawyer near your area. Always Bike related issue once paid you should get immediately all documents. Consult Motor Vehicle Lawyer. Regards NITHYANANDAN.S, M.Com, DAPR, B.A(Criminology), LL.B(Hons), LLM(Arbitration),. .,,
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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Responded 2 years ago

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A.Dear Sir,
You may get issue a legal notice to settle the matter otherwise to face the consequences.

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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

Responded 2 years ago

A.Hi,
It is advisable that you register a complain against him for Fraud.
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Anik

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A.Hi,
it is advisable that you register a complain against him for fraud.
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Jayaditya Gupta

Responded 2 years ago

A.See, in this case you can file a FIR against him for cheating. And initiate criminal proceeding against him.
For 15k it has to be seen that if you paid the sale amount of Rs. 1.3 lacs through bank or cheque then you can recover the money by filing recovery suit against him. But if you did not then you can not recover the money thorugh court. Then you will be having only one thing left is that you have to file a FIR against him for cheating.

If you find this favourable pls feel free to approach.
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Geeta Singh

Responded 2 years ago

A.You have to register Fraud and cheating complaint him .
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