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mahesh (director)     10 September 2014

Cheque dishonured notice matter

The cheque of my client had been dishonoured..........we had sent him notice by Speed Post , which was not delivered due to Premises Locked............Although we had sent him notice by email also..............................So what is next we could do to save our client and to file a case in court......?



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Hardeep (Business)     10 September 2014

S. 27 of General Clauses holds. Notice is deemed to be served.

 

See State of MP vs Heeralal.

 

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Advocate Bhartesh goyal (advocate)     10 September 2014

If notice has been sent on correct address of drawer and report of postman is" door locked " or addressee is out of station or not found, it will be deemed that notice has been served to drawer.

Kiran Kumar (Lawyer)     10 September 2014

rightly advised by the Ld. Friends.

 

yours is a case of deemed service of notice, move with a complaint.

mahesh (director)     19 September 2014

thanks all......................................sir so as his premises was locked , so could i file a case or has to wait for 15 days of sending notice to him,,, then only i could file a caseeeee


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