Person A has filed a cheque bounce case against person B. Person A sends the legal notice, before filing the case, to person B's correct address. But, the summons to appear in the cheque bounce case are sent by the court to person B's parental address in a town where person B is not living any more. Person A has the correct address for person B - proved by the legal notice of demand of money - but never has the summons sent to this right address. Since person B is not living anymore with parents, the summons are not delivered to anyone and returned. Person B becomes aware of the cheque bounce case because of this attempt to deliver and is anxiousy waiting for the delivery of the summons. person B also talks to a lawyer and the lawyer is also waiting for the summons to be delivered. Both are waiting, willing to immediately accept the summons when served. The summons are never served and person B is not aware of the first court date. On the first court date, person A makes a FALSE sumbission that summons have been delivered to person B and this is the mystery - bailable warrants are issued against person B. How did this happen? What went wrong in the process of law? Why was person A's submission accepted without any evidence?
It is another story that the entire case has been fabricated by person A with stolen and forged cheques and person A never gave even one naya paisa to person B.
What does person B do now? How does person B have the bailable warrant squashed. Can any punishment be given to person A for a false submission about summons delivery to the court?