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Advocate Nagendra Prasad

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LawRatoKumara Park West, Bangalore
LawRato37 years Experience
Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Bankruptcy / Insolvency, Breach of Contract, Cheque Bounce, Civil, Corporate, Court Marriage, Criminal, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, Media and Entertainment, Tax
Language(s) Spoken: English, Kannada
Advocate Nagendra completed his law in the year 1987 and has been providing services in various fields of law, that is, Criminal, Accounting and Auditing Matters, Cheque Bounce, Divorce, Family, Corporate, Civil, Tax and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Nagendra enrolled with the Bar Council of Karnataka in 1987. He is a member of the Bangalore Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : KAR/362/1987
  • City Civil Court, Bangalore
  • Karnataka High Court

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Questions Answered by Advocate Nagendra Prasad

Q: What does STEPS meaning in court ?

On tracking my case online the purpose of hearing is now showing as 'STEPS' on earlier three occasions it was ISSUE SUMMONS ,what is steps in court means in purpose of hearing ?i have filed an cheque bounce case against my old client

Advocate Nagendra Prasad answered
HiYou have filed the criminal case for dishonour of cheque, the Hon'ble court has taken cognizance, ordered to issue summons to other side/Accused, the summons are not served, so the court has ordered for re-issue of summons, in legal terms it's called STEPS. SO now you have to pay summons charges now.

Q: how to get bail in cheque bounce case

Sir, please help me i have taken 10lakhs from a local money lender and i have given a Check as surity now iam facing acute shortage of money and the lender is telling that he is going to put the check in bank but i do not have money in bank will i be jailed for this or can i get a bail or anticipatory bail in cheque bounce case??

Advocate Nagendra Prasad answered
HiYou have not made clear, the cheque given is blank or filled one. Any now give stop payment to bank and on other angle pay what ever amount you have to the lender by acknowledgement for the loan, so even your liability reduce. Then issue legal notice to return/not to present the cheque.

Q: Asking about rights and suggestions

Bcoz of my health issues I am to continue my work in my office. I want to quit from job. I have shown my medical report to office. But didn't accept my resignation. At the time of joining they taken my 10 th marks card original, and 2 blank cheque and 2 yrs agreement is there. I have completed 5 months.Plz suggest me is any problems come in future related to cheque? What can I do

Advocate Nagendra Prasad answered
Hi,To protect your self from any liability from those two cheques, (anticipate) You have to take few steps, by issuing stop payment, request to return back those two cheques issued, then based on their employer reply only, decision can be taken, suppose if they don't reply then alternative has to be decided, for taking necessary steps.

Q: cheque bounce case against a pvt ltd company.

husband and wife directors. husband is managing director, looking after the day to day running of the business and signatory to the cheque. will wife be made liable for criminal proceedings?

Advocate Nagendra Prasad answered
Hi,Yes under section 141 of N I Act & as per Hon'ble Supreme Court all of them including Directors & Company has to be made party to the criminal proceedings, bezc all are liable to be punished under section 138 of N I Act. The most important is legal notice to be sent to all of directors & company.

Q: Can an ancestor property be gifted? Any exceptions?

My father has gifted multiple properties to my mother which are ancestral. Can he do that? Any exceptions?My father received these properties from my grand father through partition deed.

Advocate Nagendra Prasad answered
HiIn this case it his not ancestral, bezc ancestral property has been broken by/through Partition Deed between father & children. when once it ceased it can not be ancestral property, then it's becomes acquired property by way of Partition Deed. So he can gift it whom so ever he wants.

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