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ASHUTOSH (lawyer)     05 May 2009

need help and judgement

hi  to all . i have file a suit for recovery against a firm through its proprietor. the defendant no 2 is a owner of firm he signed the cheque which was bounce he stated in his defence my mother was the proprietor (mother id deceassed) and she has given me authority to sign the cheques because due to her illness her cheque was bounce due to sign differ or she couldnot lookafter her account so iam not the owner of the firm but authority which he file in his support is a prepare in simple paper not registerd pls tell any judgementjudgement who support my claim whether he is proprietor or not but he has sign the cheque and will fully whe he knows fund is insuffcient then he is liabel



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a.manoharan (Advocate 94431 45884     06 May 2009

Dear Sir, first verify the particulars of deceased account ?  Because, usually except the owner of sole-proprietorship or Account Holder will not be allowed to sign by the bank whereas there is specific instruction is  received by the bank by whom will sign the partnership firm's  accoutnt?

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