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kavita (.)     03 March 2014

In 138 nia act without copy of documents

In 138 nia act, the compalinant filed case in march 2013 accused got summons in april 2013 after summons accused get release on bail in august 2013 complainant advocate submitt evidence affidavit without documents, in jan 2014 complainant filed list of documents in between compalinant advocate not given any single documents to accuse. The question is how case filed and is it maintanable by the rules of Hon'ble high court (division bench) Rules?


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Yadanand Legal help (maintenance divorce remarriage = yourscrew@gmail.com)     03 March 2014

We face this problem every day in cheque bounce cases.


Instead of complaining on such minor issues put your efforts on many other lapses which complainant do in over confidence.


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Nadeem Qureshi (Advocate/ nadeemqureshi1@gmail.com)     11 March 2014

Dear Kavita

raise the objection before court and demand copies of all the documents, it is your fundamental right and these practices is unfair and against the natural justice.

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