Cheque bounce case


Hello Sir,

I would like to know what are the legal procedings if a cheque has been bounced due to insufficient funds.

Please guide me on the same.

Regards,

Purnendu Basak

 
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Deposit the necessary amount into ur concerned account and inform to the drawee so that he can draw the amount.

 
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Advocate

If cheque dishonoured for any reason then drawee shall issue notice u/s.138 N.I. Act and if the same will not be complied by drawer then complaint case u/s.138 N.I Act. The punishment in such case is 2 years imprisonment and double of the cheque amount as penalty. Such cases are required to be tackled tactfully.  Sidharth9811776422

 
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Rightly advised by above both experts.
 
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Dear Sir, Thank you for the reply. Please note I am the Drawee and the Drawer is intentionally delaying the cheque. Please advise if the cheque returned due to "Stop Payment" by the Drawer will the same proceeding can be initiated?

 
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Advocate

Yes, the procedure is same. Cheque dishonoured for any reason attract prosecution u/s.138NI Act.
 
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Thank u Sir. One last question what is the court fees for these kind of cases that I want to know. Accordingly would proceed further.
 
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Thank u Sir. One last question what is the court fees for these kind of cases that I want to know. Accordingly would proceed further.
 
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Thank u Sir. One last question what is the court fees for these kind of cases that I want to know. Accordingly would proceed further.
 
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Sir, please can you guide me on the court fees for these cases.

 
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