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anmol taunk (owner)     12 December 2015

Goods not recieved from the supplier

I HAVE GIVEN SOME AMOUNT TO A COMPANYS OWNER FOR SUPPLYING ME THE GOODS.

THE COMPANY HAS THREE PARTNERS X,Y,Z.. X IS MY COUSIN BROTHER.Y IS HIS MOTHER

I GAVE CHEQUES IN THE NAME OF X.I DID A MISTAKE, I SHOULD HAVE GIVEN THE CHEQUE IN THE NAME OF COMPANY.

THE DEAL WAS DONE VERBALLY IN NAME OF TRUST.I HAVE NO SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS REGARDING THE DEAL.

ONLY EVIDENCE THAT I HAVE IS TRANSACTION THROUGH BANK.

NOW HE SAYS HE WILL NOT RETURN ME THE MONEY.

IS THEIR ANY WAY THROUGH WHICH I CAN SUE HIM TO COURT AND GET MY MONEY BACK?

 

 

 

 

 



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Adv. Amit Anandrao Mahadeshwar (ADVOCATE)     14 December 2015

Assuming the information mentioned by you to be correct, you can file a complaint for offence punishable U/s.420 of IPC against the company as well as its director to whom you have paid the amount by way of cheque. You can also file a suit for recovery of the amount so paid. However, for concrete opinion all the necessary documents and information is necessary for the perusal. 

 

 

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     22 December 2015

You may follow the suggestion made by learned advocate Mr. Amit Anandrao Mahadeswar. It seems to be proper under the given situation. 


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