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PoornimaViswanathan (BL)     10 November 2009

Notice

Can notice under Sec 138 issued through courier?Is there any supporting cas laws to prove that?

 



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Kamal Grover (Advocate High Court Chandigarh M:09814110005 email:adv.kamal.grover@gmail.com)     10 November 2009

 

 

Yes you can send it but the authanticity of courier is less than registered post or UPC.


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B.N.Rajamohamed (advocate / commissioner of oaths)     10 November 2009

Sir,

                        Notice shall be sent either through R.P.A.D or Under certificate of posting or through couriers there is no hard and fast rule the requirement is you have to send a legal notice within 30 days from the date of dishonour of the cheque u/s 138 (b) of N.I.Act.

 

Gaurav Arora (Advocate)     10 November 2009

the sole purpose of sending a notice to the drawer is to intimate him about the dishonour of the cheque and is to provide him a period of 15 days so as he can discharge the legal enforceable debt in question....the process adopted for sending a notice not matters..... yes, it is rightly said that authanticity of regd. post and UPC is more as compare to courier service in courts...

nirlep meer (lawyer)     14 November 2009

Yes you can send it

k.kumar raja (advocate)     14 November 2009

kamal grover is correct.

SANJEEV KUMAR (STUDENT)     20 November 2009

SEND THE NOTICE BY SPEED POST.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF SPEED POST CAN BE OBTAINED FROM WEBSITE. THIS IS VALID SERVICE OF NOTICE. IF R.P.A.D IS SENT CLEVER PERSONS JUDGE THE CONTENTS AND RETURN THE POST IN CONNIVANCE WITH POSTMAN.

SANJEEV


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