cpc

complaint u/s 138 against secy. of society


i am defending a secretary of society registered under societies reg. act 1860 in a complaint u/s 138 N I Act. case is fixed for COC and my client is pressing to file revision against the order of cognigence. he had signed the cheque which has been isssued to pay a bill of goods to the complainant. he has resigned from the post prior to issuing cheque but the cheque bears his signature. Can i do somthind on this prior stage of case or wait for my defence. notice has been issued to him not to society and the bill is on the name of society.

 
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POWER OF DEFENSE IS IMMENSE

If the signature is there he has to appear and defend in the court. There are no of escape routes to come out of NI 138 cases.


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