Cheque bounce summons returned unaccepted


I have filed a case against a acquaintance for dishonouring of cheque issued.
There are several notices served to him but came back as "incorrect address".
Lastly we served summons to him but his parents denied accepting it saying he has shifted his house.
Now my lawyer asking me to fins out his current address where the summons can be served.
As per my lawyer the parents are not supposed to accept the summons as it is criminal case,the only option remains is to find his current address.
I wonder if he accepts the summons even after that.

Isn't there any provision that this can be done legally,something like search warrant?

Best regards,

Pradeep

 
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Your lawyer is right. You have to find out his address, there is no any other option.

 
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Dy Director

Find his address.

 
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Advocate

Sir, 

 

Criminal case any adult male member can receive the summons.

 

Warm Regards 

Kapil Chandna Adv 

9899011450

 
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PRIVATE PRACTICE

you should make submition praying warrent against accussed as parents is blood related with the accused  and this is good service . other wise you can not create pressure upon accused .

 
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Even if I find his "new" address,I wonder if he will accept the summons on that address also.

I am damn sure that he is deliberately doing this and know that he is half time living with parents and rest of the time at his in laws house which are just 2-3 km from each other.

And I remember his words to fight the case for 15 years,he was quite correct I guess.

 
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Dy Director

why not to submit both the addresses.

 
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Dy Director

HAVE YOU CONSULTED YOUR LAWYER REGARDING FEASIBILITY OF 420 CASE

 
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Director

Respect Sir,

Firstly, as per law Correct address(last known address) is required to be supplied to the court, and even after correct address, if the drawer of dishonoured cheque shifts his residence, please have a look on this thread, it may be useful:

http://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/details.asp?mod_id=112097&offset=3#.VVkHW7mqqko

 
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