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SOLOMON.RAJ (advocate/director)     29 April 2019

dear Queriest

Despite issuing summons and notices and after receiving the summons if the Accused Respondent does not appear before the court he will be declared as absconding and proclamation will be issued by the court and look out noticeswill be pasted all over.

Adv. Solomon Raj,
Attorney at Law,
Bharat Gaurav samman awardee 14
AICC National Legal Chairman.

Gharelu nuskhe   05 May 2019

, I have got summon on Friday of court for 138 and hearing is after tow days .. as of now I have not got any copy of complaint etc .. hence I have not hired any Advocate till now and thinking to appear in court for first hearing without advocate so is it necessary to apply for bail on first hearing it self? during first hearing it self do I have to apply for bail compulsory or I will be given time to appoint lawyer and next date will be given. once I get copy of complaint looking at same I am thinking to appoint lawyer later ..plz advise on bail part and appointing lawyer after seeing complaint is good or no

raj verma   08 January 2022

As the offence under section 138 of  Negotiable Instrument Act is biable So, there is no need to get bail you have to appear yourself but if you not appear in court your Bailable warrants shall be issued.

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