Bhaskaran order is quite comprehensive and very disturbing for drawer, Supreme Court is quite into the notice of jurisdiction part in cheque bounce cases!! Even Delhi HC observed that people from far flunged places like south india are being made accused and harrassed on account of complainant filing case in Delhi etc. So the best recourse and safest place of jurisdiction should be followed, cheque invariably end up being a tool in the hands of complainant to arm twist the accused.
1. That is Complainant Bank Branch place.
2. Place of transaction of complainant.
3. Place of transaction of accused.
Even pt#1 above is tricky, for example take a large pan india operational company, such companies may have main clearing place in their head office situated far flunged from the place (branch office) from which transaction would have taken place, under such circumstances Pt#2 & Pt#3 above will help to avoid problems in future.
for example if I transact with a person from Delhi and place of that person (drawer) is Mumbai, then it is absurd to think of the place of my advocate who could be sending notice from Jaipur. Similarly if my bank account is in Delhi, but I have deposited the cheque in Chennai (it is nowadays possible), then even it is far more absurd to think of filing case from Chennai. All these points will be sorted out sooner or later due to enormous load on judiciary on account of cheque bounce cases. Complainant should do his homework properly as accused gets substantial advantage on technical grounds as well. The purpose of genuine complainant should be to get his money back in reasonable time, not after years of litigation.