Cheque given by my last employer is bounced twice. I want to send him notice. But my trouble is that I don’t know his current address as he has left Indore and working in some company in Gurugram since last few months. Can I send notice on the address of the company which is mentioned on website of Ministry of Corporate Affairs? Office on that address was on rent and no one is there now to receive notice. Will that be official address to send notice? And what will happen when no one receives the notice on that address? I have his email id, Skype id, phone number and whatsapp number which all are working. Will that be legal to send digital copy of this notice on above mentioned platforms?
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Gd eng sir. I am Tamilselvan in Salem, state in Tamilnadu. 5lakhs cheque bounce case running in salem court. I am not present for court hearing in several time. So court issue in NBW sir. Currently i am out staion with my whole family in some another one problem sir. So i am permanantly relief in this NBW cheque case sir. Pls help me further movement sir. I am settled in 5 lakhs amt very soon my petitioner party sir. Pls advice sir.
An amount of Rs 30,000 was given as hand loan to Shri Mahesh Khendalwal, Nagpur which he promised to return by issuing two cheques of Rs 28,000 dated 15 Feburary, 2011 and Rs 2000 Dated 24 March, 2011 but cheque of Rs 2000/-was not realized by bank due to fund not sufficient on 1st June, 2011 by Syndicate Bank Nagpur. Mahesh repeatedly told that when he will have money he will pay. He has not renturned the loan amount till date. What to do legally? Is nay Limitation to get legal remedy?
i am resident of maharashtra, got convicted in 138 case with 2 years and double the cheque amount that is 1614000/-…. i appealed in session court with order to pay 50% of compensation in 1 month… i just wanted to take an advice that is my case with merit or shall i try to make settlement with opposite party? i would like to send my case points so that you may understand the situation…
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