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We have given a check and stamp paper to someone 2 years ago....He is asking to put the cheque ….we have given the t case money.

Posted 3 weeks ago


A. You should have paid the money in cheque rather than in cash. No need to worry. Tell him to keep it in showcase. If you so concerned you may send a legal notice through a lawyer stating that he is not returning the stamp paper and cheque and that you have already paid him the money.

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Builder failed to register a property after paying the amount and given cheque after many follow ups. As usual cheque bounced but he is paying at his leisure after continuous followups and sending leg

Posted 1 month ago


A. As you have already sent legal notice you should have filed a case of 138, but now you can file a summary suit for the same. You can file a criminal case now also and the charges would vary from Advocate to Advocate and city where your property is located.

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Back Ground Accused is acquitted for the offence punishable under Section 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act. Following are the question, • What action can be taken against the complainant? • Any

Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Sir,
If complainant not went in appeal against such acquittal judgment then you can get issue a legal notice and file criminal case for defamation and a civil case for defamation claiming huge compensation.

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Time Period to Appeal against accused acquittal order for 138 NI act. Whether session court entertains the Appeal against accused acquittal order for 138 NI act.

Posted 1 month ago


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It has to be filed only before High Court within sixty days from the date of receipt of certified copies.

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What is the stamp duty charges while filing case under section 138 in Maharashtra .What would be charges if cheque amount is 1 Lakh?

Posted 1 month ago


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It is a criminal case as such no court fee and stamp duty will attract except advocate fees.

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Yogesh T Tar

I have taken 2 lakhs through bank transfer from one person 3 years back with a verbal comitment of paying him 4 lakhs on return. He took a blank cheque from me as security. Now as I called him to retu

Posted 2 months ago


A. Hi,
It can come under section 138 of the NI Act as the person is clear of taking legal actions against you. However, you need to understand when the 4 lakhs money was supposed to be returned as per the verbal commitment.
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And I have not attended the hearing for 3 years ..they have issued a waarant against me ..can I retake the bail or will they lodged me inside the prison

Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
It is a bailable offence you may appear before the Court and take bail again that is the NBW pending against you may be recalled on the ground of COVID situation etc. Hire a criminal advocate who is acquainted with cheque bounce cases.

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Hi, I had a cheque return case against one person inthe sessions court. But when it brought in the Adalat conducted by the Legal Services cell he assured me that he will pay in 4 equal installment

Posted 3 months ago


A. Hello Sir.
As per Negotiable Instruments Act, legal notice must be sent within 30 days from the date of cheque bounce. Thereafter within 15+30=45 days from the date of sending the legal notice, case must be filed. In case the case is filed beyound that time then the same shall be time barred.
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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal
Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal
My friend borrowed 6 lac from me..had given blank cheque ..can i i issue legal notice before presenting the cheque

Posted 3 months 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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Shashi Gupta

My father took cash loan from a person and in lieu gave him stamp paper and blank cheques. My father is returning money through cash and also online. Now there are some misunderstandings between both

Posted 4 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
You may approach police and get back such cheques since there are several instances in the past that many people misusing such cheques and definitely it will be ended in conviction.

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