My friend borrowed 6 lac from me..had given   blank cheque ..can i i issue legal notice before presenting the cheque My friend borrowed 6 lac from me..had given blank cheque ..can i i issue legal notice before presenting the cheque

My friend borrowed 6 lac from me..had given blank cheque ..can i i issue legal notice before presenting the cheque

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Posted 1 year ago


A. You can inform him about your presenting his Cheque to your banker and he should make sure that his bank account has sufficient balance to discharge his liability or Cheque amount. You can issue a demand notice only in a situation when his Cheque gets bounced and you've received a memo with a remark insufficient funds etc.

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Advocate  Anik

Advocate Anik

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323/498a & 494/406 case filed after ex party divorce 323/498a & 494/406 case filed after ex party divorce

Dear sir, My wife was not living with me since last 4 years, to live together I had filed matrimonial of conjugal right but she didn't responded to court notice so court declared her ex party and ord

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Posted 3 years ago


A. Approach high court for quashing of the FIR lodged against you.

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Divorce Divorce

I want to apply for divorce from my wife. The problem in my case is if I apply for divorce, she threatens me to commit suicide as well as kill my kids. How can I proceed further. Been married for 6

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Posted 3 years ago


A. try to record her statement regarding suicide and then move to police and make a complaint about mental harassment and threatening and then file divorce petition on the ground of cruelty.

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Junaid Ali Khan

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Ipc section 255 Ipc section 255

My brother is in jail and arrested under section 255, 257, 259, 260,420,465,467,468, 471. His case is transferred to session court. I want to know that he will get bail or not.He is handicap(means he

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Posted 3 years ago


A. As you stated case has been transferred to Session Court that means charge sheet has been submitted and he is in custody for 3-4 months.
chances for getting bail are very low due to the imposition of serious allegations.
sections involved are serious in nature and chances for bail can increase once something favorable comes during cross-examination of witnesses.
Despite bail, better to concentrate on case proceedings and apply for bail whenever any such opportunity arrives.

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Wife threatening me Wife threatening me

Me and my wife love each other very much. She doesn't like my mother. My father is doing domestic violence since childhood. So my mother is not willing to stay with my father and in current situation

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Posted 3 years ago


A. Before doing any act just let your wife to know that what wrong she is committing through a legal notice.

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Suneel  Moudgil

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How to take divorce How to take divorce

I was married in 2006.My husband is an irresponsible man. He is liar, drunkard, an animal like man. We have a daughter of 9 years old. I'm a government teacher from 2012.He was misusing my payment n b

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Posted 3 years ago


A. Dear Ma'am,
File a divorce case under the ground of Cruelty.
You will get the divorce.
For more details Contact
Adv Poonam Sapate.

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Defacing of Walls of Private property by Election Candidates Defacing of Walls of Private property by Election Candidates

My house walls have been extensively defaced by the election posters of different candidates during corporation elections since I have been out for sometime for job commitments. I want to take legal a

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Posted 3 years ago


A. file a PIL in the high court against those political parties

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Scammed by fraud company Scammed by fraud company

I was scammed by fraud company saying they can give me 101% job assurrance and im paying them Rs 14000 for security of the job which i will get back after 2 months of working. We sign in a paper that

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Posted 3 years ago


A. Send them a legal notice as well as file a complaint in the nearest police station.

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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

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Divorce Divorce

I had filed divorce case against my wife because of don't understanding between us. But she was not give me divorce. What can I do for this

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Posted 3 years ago


A. go by the advice of your advocate-on-record

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306 case filed against Mom 306 case filed against Mom

My dad committed suicide, and his nephew filed a 306 against my mom There was my hearing, I became lot of nervous and I was afraid so I just answered the questions asked by lawyers in front of judge,

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Posted 3 years ago


A. I wonder as to how pension is connected with criminal proceedings?
It is only at the conclusion of trial the accused can be held guilty or innocent. Till such time she is presumed innocent. Engage a counsel practising in High Court to file a writ to direct to pay the pension.

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