-Just a hypothetical situation.
-A and B are sisters.
-A gave loan to B WITHOUT loan agreement of Rs 4 lakh to B on 1st January 2016 via bank NEFT transfer for B's daughter's education.
-B refuses to repay loan.
-On 1st March 2019, A forged B's Signature in a xerox loan agreement after A visited B's home. A has phone and video recordings of conversations with B confirming loan transaction. A also has witnesses who spoke on her behalf to B to repay the loan.
-Does A has a chance of winning in court if she enforces the above xerox loan agreement & phone & video recordings and witnesses?
-Just a hypothetical question, give your opinion.
Yes Definitely a chance of winning as you have electronic evidences as well they are enough to prove the case
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Advocate Alok Mahur
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When 'A" admitted (Lender) that he has forged 'B"'s (Borrower's) signature on loan agreement, the agreement is tained with fraud and forgery. I am afraid that the instrument becomes void if presented in court and countered by B that it is not her signature and A forged that. Instead of getting a remedy to your present problem, you will be purchasing more problems and making the issue more complicated by these smart tactics. Contact a local advocate for a fair and just remedy.