In India, a cheque bounce is a criminal offence stipulated under Section- 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881. The aggrieved party can file a criminal case against the accused. The first step after the cheque has been returned by the bank is to send a formal demand legal notice/ letter within the stipulated time of 30 days. The notice must mention that if the amount is still not paid within the stipulated time period of 15 days, then appropriate legal action will be taken. We provide end to end support and assist you in your fight against dishonored cheque.
We help you send relevant notice with explicit highlights on the main objective of the notice. Once the notice has been sent, it is important to preserve the delivery proof like the postal receipt/ online status etc. As an expert cheque bounce lawyer, we make sure to use appropriate legal language and also ensure the notice leaves an impact against the breach of trust. Once the entire trial is over and if the accused is found guilty, then he can be punished with a monetary penalty which can be double the cheque amount or be punished with imprisonment which may extend to 2 years or even both.
Domestic violence can refer to physical harm, or behavior that is controlling, coercive, or threatening. Domestic violence and abuse in India are not just a problem of the lower and middle classes but also prevalent even among prominent and famous people too. In India, more than 30% of women have been subjected to domestic violence at some point in their lives as per the National Family Health Survey (NFHS) data. We help you empower yourself against domestic violence and make sure to get legal justice.
We guide you to send notices to the aggressor(s) and after hearing them, necessary orders and directions will be passed by the court. In cases of extreme urgency and imminent threat to the victim, special orders may be passed by the court at the first hearing itself.
Women encounter violence in some form or the other almost every day. However, it is the least reported form of cruel behavior. It is clear that addressing domestic violence has become an urgent issue not only for the government, as it is a public health crisis and a criminal act but also for the society.
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We work round the clock to protect the rights of our clients. We extend our legal services to any police station related cases.
It is illegal to keep a person in custody for more than 24 hours. If they do not complete the investigation in 24 hours, then they must produce him before magistrate and get an order for 15 days extension to keep in the police custody.
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