As for as I know just a simple notice informing the dishonour of cheque is sufficient in a Cheque dishonour case.
The complaint too need not be elaborate and matters which are of evidential nature need not be put in complaint.
Even the list of witness need not be put.
In evidence we have to bring in all the facts and documents any new fact not said in notice or complainant.
Many lower courts are satisfied on the above and the Accused are convicted.
Whether in HIGH COURT a Accused can succeed on the ground that the notice and complaint does not cover the full fact. In the evidence the complainant has brought new facts (not contradictory), and that the complaint be dismissed.
Are there any citations where the Hon'ble Court's support the Complainant.
Are there any citations where the Hon'ble Court's support the Accused.
Presently what is the legal position?
Can any of the club members please answer this, I will be thankful.