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India Loses Afghanistan

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Rufus DSouza Wrote on 30 June 2011

Brig.Sir, Are you implying that our armed forces are not up to the mark in both, training the Afghan forces and in fighting insurgents and infiltrators in Kashmir because of our Muslim minority? What utter nonsense.



Beg to Differ-Delhi HC Judgment u/s 138 of NI Act

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Ravikant Soni Wrote on 30 June 2011

If we think the non payment despite of notice is the overt act to commit offence then place of trial would be where such payment has to be made.



Beg to Differ-Delhi HC Judgment u/s 138 of NI Act

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Ravikant Soni Wrote on 30 June 2011

Dishonering and Giving notice not done by such accused. So under general law (as cr.p.c.) ordinary place of trial and inquiry is where such cheque is issued.



Beg to Differ-Delhi HC Judgment u/s 138 of NI Act

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Ravikant Soni Wrote on 30 June 2011

In My view any offence is committed by an offender by doing of some overt act. Similarly in N I Act cases an offender commits offence by issueing cheque.



Beg to Differ-Delhi HC Judgment u/s 138 of NI Act

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mintu Wrote on 30 June 2011

Mr."YOUR ADVOCATE" Kindly go through the case law of Union of India & Others Vs S.K. Kapoor and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Per_incuriam. Please express your view one more time after having gone through the same. I am sure your view is bound to change.



Beg to Differ-Delhi HC Judgment u/s 138 of NI Act

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mintu Wrote on 30 June 2011

Mr."YOUR ADVOCATE" It is not a matter of willingness to accept a view. It is a law and you have to accept it as it (law) is . In my view author has not expressed his view but given the law already laid down by Hon'ble Court.



Beg to Differ-Delhi HC Judgment u/s 138 of NI Act

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DEFENSE ADVOCATE.-firmaction@g Wrote on 30 June 2011

I do not agree with the author of the article . The Delhi HC has correctly interpreted the SC citations. Merely sending notice or depositing cheque can not confer jusrisdiction.



Beg to Differ-Delhi HC Judgment u/s 138 of NI Act

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Narendra Sharma Wrote on 30 June 2011

A decision of A P High Court is binding upon the district courts in A.P. vide Article 227 of Constitution(for citations, kindly refer any good book).For courts at Delhi, it has a persuasive value only. (GOING OUT upto 05.07.11,MAY NOT post replies till then) Regards-N.K.SHARMA



Beg to Differ-Delhi HC Judgment u/s 138 of NI Act

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mintu Wrote on 30 June 2011

Sir, A humble question is whether a decision of A P High Court on a certain issue is binding upon the district court of Delhi? Please quote relevant citation if any. Needles to say I shall be high obliged to you for this article



Beg to Differ-Delhi HC Judgment u/s 138 of NI Act

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mintu Wrote on 30 June 2011

A mere thanks can not be sufficient for this type of informative articles. It's a million dollar information that can be used by lawyers friend.


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