Cheque Bounce Law Guides and Articles



Negotiable Instruments (NI) Act was enacted in 1881 to govern the provisions relating to negotiable instruments like Promissory Notes, Bills of E…

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Cheque bounce has the potential of causing immense damage to the issuer of the cheque if the receiver wishes to sue him/her in the Court of law. Not o…

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In the current era, cheques are used in almost all transactions such as payment of salary, bills, fees, loans, etc. and are processed and cleared by b…

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Cheques are a widely used means of payment, especially in business transactions involving Companies. A cheque is said to bounce when it is returned by…

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In case of a Dishonour of Cheque, one can send a legal notice and follow the legal procedure in order get the cheque honoured in the Court of appropri…

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In case of a Dishonour of Cheque, one can send a legal notice and follow the legal procedure in order get the cheque honoured. For this you will need …

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