Credit card payment made be Cheque issued by third party on my behalf bounced Credit card payment made be Cheque issued by third party on my behalf bounced

A third party issued cheques on my credit card bounced due to stop payment by the drawer. I was completely unaware about his fund position, or would not have made the payments. Why should I cheat the

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Posted 8 months ago


A. bank will initiate cheque bounce case on that third party.

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Ankur Goel @ Complete Law Shield

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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

CHEQUE BOUNCE CASE CHEQUE BOUNCE CASE

I GIVEN TO 4 LACKS TO ONE PERSON I WRITTEN ONE BOND PAPER ALSO ,THEY ARE GIVEN 2 CHEQUES ON DATE 02.10.2018 NOW THEY ARE NOT GIVING MY MONEY HOW CAN I PROCEED

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Posted 1 year ago


A. You can serve him the Legal Notice First and than you can file Case before the court to claim back your money
1. Legal notice (30 Days)
2. After 30 days ( court case)

#Cheque Bounce Case

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Mohammad  Shadan

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My tenant hadnt been paying the rent since many months and when I had confronted him he said he'll give me a cheque of the full amount... He gave a cheque once and it bounced... Then he gave another c

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Notice for cheque bounce under Section 138 Negotiable Instruments Act

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Cheque bounced while applied for refund from a real estate company Cheque bounced while applied for refund from a real estate company

I applied for a refund from a real estate company as their creditibilty was under suspicions. They issued me two Cheque of future date and both of them bounced due to insufficient funds. Now they are

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Posted 2 years ago


A. Dear Sir
If the cheques are within limitation period then file cheque bounce cases after issuing legal notices or file a civil suit for which you have three years time from the date of bounce.

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Cheque dishonor in mortgage loan Cheque dishonor in mortgage loan

Hello, I have taken a mortgage loan against a property a few years back from a mandali. I had given a blank cheque at the time of taking the loan. Recently, I have failed to pay the EMIs and they fill

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Posted 2 years ago


A. Yes they can file both cases.
Yes they can sell of the property [provided they give you notice of the same and also reasonable grace time to repay the debt and get back your property]
The point of the 138 NI Act is to again make you repay the money.
You can git rid by the above case in 2 ways

1. Repay the money
2. Go to high court under section 482 CrPc and file for quashing

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Blank cheque can be bounce Blank cheque can be bounce

Sir in my friend firm I made partnership I invested money via online banking made also notary deed he given me blank cheque he told me to fill my name myself so I filled. So payment is coming but he

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Posted 3 years ago


A. It will certainly raise eyebrows of the court, since he had not filled the cheque himself and handwriting will be different if you fill up his cheque. He will certainly raise this point in his defense and Magistrate will certainly make its observations and findings. Chance of your cheque bounce case u/s 138 NI Act will not make him accountable. However, other avenue needs to be ventured before coming to any conclusions. What I suggest you contact Vidhidarya for allotting a lawyer to review your ...ReadMore

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My brother had issued me apost dated cheque 5 years before , it belongs to SBM bank and now that this bank is merged with SBI, will I be able to submit that cheque, if not what are my legal options to

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Posted 3 years ago


A. It is not valid now, send a legal notice first if matter solved thats good if not then file a court case with help of legal professional.

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cheque cheque

Hi, my name is Gangadhar i paid sum of rs 100000/- by cash to my village known person, for personal use purpose as security i take one sign cheque from him. but now he not return back the money iam as

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Posted 3 years ago


A. deposit cheque in bank. once cheque is returned to you then send legal notice through lawyer but don`t use the words that the cheque was issued for security, the notice should state that he issued it instructing you to fill that date and promising that it would be honoured.

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A flat was mortgaged by ICICI bank and total loan amount was disbursed to builders account, I was paying emi’s Regularly but I stopped paying them when I come to know that same flat was sold to othe

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Posted 3 years ago


A. Bank can not do like this since the property is already mortgaged as collateral security. Bank can recover dues by selling the property mortgaged. Filing case under the NI act are nothing but blackmail. Hire a good lawyer to contest your case

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Bank deducted my balance falsely Bank deducted my balance falsely

Sir my bank has deducted money falsly from account, telling that they got an technical defect with their software, but for them my 3 bajaj fin cheques has been ECS bounced,and I have been fined by baj

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Posted 3 years ago


A. You must issue a legal notice through a lawyer to the concerned branch and to its head branch stating all the facts and circumstances in details asking them to pay you damages and compensation. If they does not pay heed than file a comsumer complaint before the consumer forum. Hire a good lawyer

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