(Querist) 01 October 2022
This query is : Resolved
In a cheque bounce case, the complainant is cross examined by the lawyer of accused. During cross examination the lawyer asked a question from the legal notice sent by the complainant. In the legal notice the complainant has mentioned that he gave money to accused by pledging the car of accused. During cross examination of complainant, lawyer asked him that did you pledge his car and gave money?. He answered to the judge that he didn't pledge any car. Lawyer said that it's mentioned in his legal notice. He said that his lawyer wrongly typed like that. In his legal notice it's mentioned that he gave loan on 03.03.2021. But during cross examination he told he gave me money on November 2019. When asked he told that his lawyer typed wrongly like that. My doubt is whether a complainant can contradict the details present in his own legal notice.? What will be the court reaction upon this? Pls guide me.