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FightForCause (Businessman)     13 October 2015

Security/bond during 498a acquittal?

Hi Experts,

Final argument of 498a done and judgement in 3 days.

My advocate said even on acquittal according to new rules i will have to bring someone for security/gauranter, Is that true?...if yes...can i just fill a personal bond or someone as gauranter is compulsory needed

Kindly let me know the process, Case is in Maharashtra.

 



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T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     17 October 2015

There is no need for surety or guarantor if you are getting acquitted, but to have a surety in your company is always advisable because if convicted, it may come of use. 


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