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Prashant Kaushik

Posted 11 months ago

There is one case of 138 against me but as i have change my residential addredd so i have not received any summons. Today i came to know that court has issued a warrant against me. Kindly advise what should me my first step to avoid the warrant.
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A. dear client i agreed on advice given that Please appear before the court and file your reply. You need to state the fact that the summons was not received by you because of change in adress and submit the evidences accordingly.Then, pray before the court for withdraw of warrant order.
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Anonymous

Posted 11 months ago

We have supplied materials to XXX Packaging Pvt LTD., This company has to pay bills close to 3 Lakh. They have issued 10 mutiple cheques of 30000 per month. All the cheques got bounced due to insufficient funds. It's been almost a year now and company is refusing to pay the amount. We did not send legal memo, what would be the procedure to tackle this. Please advise.
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A. dear client in your matter i agreed on advice given that You can file a civil suit for recovery of money with interest.kindly contact for detail procedure.
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Anonymous

Posted 11 months ago

Hello everyone, Meri firm me ek bande se kuchh products leyi the uske against security Cheque diya n some advance payment also made but due some reason hme vo products aage sale nhi kr payee to hamne use return kr diya bt iske baad bhi samne wali party ne cheque lga diya & vo bounce ho gya aur notice bhej diya. notice milne k baad samne wali party se baat bhi ki bhai esa kyun kr rhe ho tb to usne aage karyvahi krne se mna kr diya tha.ab usne case kiya h 138 k taht, What can i do? Please help me
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A. dear client in your case You have to reply to the Legal Notice and file your written submissions against the application filed. You may consult for a further advice in this regard.
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M Jaishnavi

Posted 11 months ago

Dear sir/madam. I am jaishnavi from Tanjore. Am working in IDBI One of my relative lady stole my cheque and put forgery signature on it. Then she send it for collection and got the return memo with the reason of insufficient funds. She sent a legal notice to me. Now what can i do? what should be my next move? Where and how can i prove that?( Handwriting expert, forensic analysis etc?..) I request you to kindly help me as i have heavy stress and not concentrate my works. Hope on you.waiting for your reply. Thank you. -JAISHNAVI TANJORE.
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A. dear client in your matter Under all given circumstances, the reply to a Legal Notice can be done Legally only. You will land yourself in trouble if you do not reply to the Legal Notice.
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Abu Huraira Chaudhary

Posted 1 year ago

Hi, I gave a loan of Rs 200000 to my friend. At the time of giving the loan I created an agreement on rs 100 legal paper. It was without notary. An emi of rs 12000 was decided every month but he is not giving any emi since last 4 month. I have taken few blank cheques with signature at the time of giving money to him. This was done to keep something as a safeguard. Can I use this cheques? Can I somehow invoke the agreement which was created. Please help me with the next step
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A. dear client in your case You can use those cheques. There is no problem in that. yes you can invoke such agreement and can file money suit.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

sir my mother and father registered a partnership firm in which my father is active member and managing director involved in day to day affairs of the firm where a s my mother is sleeping partner. my father issued some check to some people in the name of firm that bounce. i know my father is at fault .. but people have sent notice to my mother as she was also partner in the firm. so my question is " is sleeping partner equally responsible for the check bounce ? "
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A. dear client partnership firm is depends on joint laibility. you need to go through professional legal consult for detail resolution.
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uday deshpande

Posted 1 year ago

I have paid in full to the bank including the lawyers fees for withdrawal of the case Bank manager also has confirmed that the case has been withdrawn thru SMS and telephone But the ecourts portal shows that the NBW has been reissued with the comment "PO is on CL", what should i do
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A. dear client in your case you have paid the amount you have to submit an application before the court. Please consult a lawyer for further assistance as because in these cases a well drafted petition will help you in all respects for the present as well as for future.
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Someone filed a case against me in Mumbai Court for Section 138 and 141...I attended first hearing...then on the second date our number was not called in the court...the date was 5th March.....then third hearing is on 9th March but unable to attend...what should I do now plz reply urgently...I am from Ranchi and case is in Mumbai
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A. dear client You must have taken bail through an advocate, instruct him/her to file a dispensing application in your absence.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

What if I pay off the full outstanding, will the nbw still be valid
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A. dear client it is Invalid and case will be dismissed as withdraw.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

I am the defendant in this case and this case has been going on in my city for last 4 years but the other party has file petition to transfer this case to other parties hometown according to some Supreme Court decision I totally understand the reasoning but thing is that when I gave this check this check was given in this city only and I had no way to know where it is going to be deposited and the second party has mentioned in their application that this check was given in other party city but I have never ever visited that city in my whole life so can you guys suggest me what argument can I make so that I can avoid transfer in this case from here to there if I find your suggestion worthy I am ready to hire right away thank you
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A. dear client Had you filed a case then requesting for transfer by the other party is understandable. The party himself filing a case in one court and then asking for transfer without any reason but just on the basis of a SC judgement can be very well countered in the court that this is done just to harass the defendant. Secondly, you got to prove that cheque was issued and handed over to plaintiff in the current city and was deposited by the plaintiff in the current city.Dishonour of Cheque-Gujarat HC explains the new Law on Territorial Jurisdiction.
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