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Highlight of important Dishonour of Cheque case laws in 2020
  • By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar
  • Date: 22 March 2021
  • Dishonour of Cheques
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Dishonour of a cheque is governed by the provisions of Section 138, Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881.

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Section 138, 141 and 142 of the Negotiable Instrument Act 1881

By: Admin Dishonour of Cheques 24 September 2020

A cheque is a bill of exchange which is payable on demand. There are two parties in a transaction: The person who issues the cheque is known as the drawer, whereas the person under whose favour the cheque is issued is...
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The Negotiable Instrument Act 1881

By: admin Dishonour of Cheques 09 April 2020

A cheque is a bill of exchange which is payable on demand. There are two parties in a transaction: The person who issues the cheque is known as the drawer, whereas the person under whose favour the cheque is issued is...
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Cheque Bounce Notice

By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Dishonour of Cheques 19 May 2020

A cheque is a bill of exchange which is payable on demand. There are two parties in a transaction, the person who issues the cheque is known as the drawer, whereas the person under whose favour the cheque is issued is ...
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Types of Dishonour of Cheques

By: admin Dishonour of Cheques 09 April 2020

A cheque is a bill of exchange which is payable on demand. There are two parties in a transaction: The person who issues the cheque is known as the drawer, whereas the person under whose favour the cheque is issued is known as the drawee....
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Endorsement under Negotiable Instrument Act

By: admin Dishonour of Cheques 17 February 2020

When the holder or the maker of negotiable instrument signs on the face, back or on the slip of paper annexed to it, or signs for the same purpose a stamped paper intends to be completed as an instrument which is negotiable, the maker or the holder...
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Noting And Protest

By: admin Dishonour of Cheques 12 February 2020

The term Noting and Protest is mentioned under Chapter IX of the Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881. Under Section 99 to Section 104 A, the act has explained the meaning of Noting and protesting along with the content...
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Things to be kept in mind - Dishonor of Cheque

By: admin Dishonour of Cheques 30 July 2019

It is a negotiable instrument, which is defined by section 6 of the Negotiable instruments Act as, "a bill of exchange that is drawn on a banker and not expressed to be payable otherwise than on-demand, and the electronic image of a truncated cheque...
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Reasons for Dishonour of Cheques

By: admin Dishonour of Cheques 27 April 2019

A banker can stop the payment of a customer and can dishonour the cheque. The following are the main reasons and circumstances in which the bank can dishonour the Cheque of the customers....
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