Harassment from NBFC for not paying the loan Harassment from NBFC for not paying the loan

My Lap loan was NPA but I was paid the all outstanding and the EMI is continue but bank raise the notice to me against Section 138 and make cheque bounce without my knowledge. What should I do ?

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Posted 1 hour ago


A. Dear Client
If you have been paying all the EMIs and there is no default from your side then you can ask the NBFC to take back the case and withdraw it. If they do not do it then you can get the case dismissed on that ground the case was falsely filed against you.

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Section 138 before 10 years Section 138 before 10 years

My friend was po in section 138 before 10 years.after 10 years he could be arrested and if he could get arrest then what is the procedure to release him or he cannot be arrested

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Posted 5 days ago


A. Dear Sir,
It is a bailable offence as such he may be released on execution of some bond. Normally, it being a summons case so there are no chances of reissuing NBW after such long period.

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Customer gave me 2 blank cheque that I lost now Customer gave me 2 blank cheque that I lost now

Customer gave me 2 blank cheque that I lost now and I don't have the cheque number also. I have asked person to stop payment cheque request to bank. Now he is not transferring the money to me. How c

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Posted 3 weeks ago


A. It is also necessary on your part to request the concerned customer to provide you the cheque numbers and other relevant particulars in respect of those stolen cheques so that you can lodge general diary before the police station so that in future none can use those blank signed cheques for mala fide purpose causing prejudice to that customer.If you have valid document signifying the concerned customer's liability to make payment to you, then it is necessary to give him legal notice specifying ...ReadMore

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Help Me - As I am not taken any loan or money from the accuser Help Me - As I am not taken any loan or money from the accuser

Accuser has claimed that I have taken 5 lakhs cash on Feb 2017. (Demonetization Period) The accuser is a relative of my wife A signed cheque leaf has gone from my wife without my notice for security

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Posted 3 weeks ago


A. Dear Client
If you have not taken any loan from that person then let him prove the case in the court of law. Even if your wife has given your cheques as security which I assume are not signed by you then he will have tough time to prove that.

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My father is facing 15 cheque bounce cases against him and more can happen due to business loss and bad decisions in the past. My father is facing 15 cheque bounce cases against him and more can happen due to business loss and bad decisions in the past.

My father is facing 15 cheque bounce cases against him and more can happen due to business loss and bad decisions in the past. We have no money to pay such a huge debt and business is also not working

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Sir,
You may file a case before High Court to transfer all such cases to one Court and to be tried on single hearing basis to avoid unnecessary trouble to your father.

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Cheque Bounce case Cheque Bounce case

Dear sir My father has given some money (in cash) to my relatives and taken cheques and promissory notes. We have put the cheques for collection and they are bounced.We have sent a legal notice to the

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,
You can file a cheque bounce case against them as you already have a promissory note to prove that they owed money to you. You can also file a Money suit to recover your dues on the basis of the promissory note. Additionally file a case of cheating and fraud on them by lodging an FIR.

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Cheque bounce case Cheque bounce case

I gave 3 lakh rupees to the complainant in cash transaction if I disclose this to the court in cross examination it will cause any problem for my case

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,
To protect yourself from the penalty of cheque bounce case you need to bring all the facts to the fore but only if you have sufficient evidence to support those statements. As far as you paying in cash is concerned- 3 lacs is not such a big amount that IT people will come after you.

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Section 138 NI Act Section 138 NI Act

I had availed a personal loan from HDFC Bank. I was in job and was paying all the instalments well in time. But I lost my Job during Corona period and till date I am jobless. Even then I have deposite

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Posted 1 month ago


A. You are suggested to appoint an experienced lawyer and attend your matter diligently and present your arguments stating your reasons for non-payment and present what all payments you have made basically show that you have intention to make payments and try to reduce your liability as much possible and /or seek necessary time to make the payment towards pending arrears. Thank you.

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Conditions of Bail in N I 138 Case Conditions of Bail in N I 138 Case

Conditions of Bail in N I 138 Case in chandigarh

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A. Dear Client
for getting bail in NI 138 case or cheque bounce case the accused/opposite part has to be appear in front of the Magistrate and seek bail by depositing the required surety as directed by the Ld. Court. And once you have availed the bail then ensure to be present on every date so that it does not get cancelled.

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Recovery related-I am business woman Recovery related-I am business woman

Ulhasnagar I am business woman we are interior design firm . I deal with furniture and modular kitchen work with mrs.vidya patil dombivli the question of work is 309000 but Vidya patil only paid us 26

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,
Since you had a contract with them so you can sent them a legal notice through a lawyer for recovering of the due amount followed by filing a civil case in the local civil court.
As far as criminal complaint is concerned, if you have the contract documents then you can try to file a cheating case with your local police station.

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