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ramesh (wer)     05 May 2012

Defences for the accused

Learned advocate friends,

 

The accused has taken the following steps for safeguarding him self,

 

1.Informed the bank about loss of unused cheues(without his signature) along with important documents containing his signature and requested for stop payment

 

2.Reported the police station regarding the loss of unused cheques (not signed) along with important documents containing his signature,filed an FIR

3.submited the FIR copy to bank

 

4.Issued a public notice in local news paper about cheque book lost and FIR

 

This much is sufficient to safeguard him from  NI act.

 

Please advise if any further is required.

 

Regards

Ramesh



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DEFENSE ADVOCATE.-firmaction@g (POWER OF DEFENSE IS IMMENSE )     06 May 2012

Your these tactics have limited use unless you follow up with further steps.

 

Cheque bounce cases- opportunities for accused to win are immense.


Cheque bounce law is stringent 1) cheque was from the account of accused 2) it is bounced far want of funds 3) liability is presumed and summery procedure for fine and conviction.
BUT ACCUSED HAS RIGHT TO REBUT THE PRESUMPTIONS.

Law can not provide for all the eventualities /possibilities and hence power of defense which is power of negative is immense. Darkness is perpetual light has to be sustained.

ramesh (wer)     07 May 2012

Thanks for the reply Mr.JSDN,

 

You quoted "Your these tactics have limited use unless you follow up with further steps."

 

Please tell me what further steps to be followed.

 

Thanks

ramesh


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