That the High Court did not returned any finding that order of conviction based on evidence on record suffers from any perversity or based on no material or there is other valid ground for exercise of revisional jurisdiction.
This interim compensation may be paid either in a summary trial or a summons case where the drawer pleads not guilty to the accusation made in the complaint; or upon framing of charge in any other case.
Therefore, the Amendment Act aims to give potency in enforcing quick relief and to act as a deterrent for future cases by enhancing credibility of cheques as a negotiable instrument. Parameswaran Unni v.
Only if the accused contests, need for appearance of parties may arise which may be through Counsel and wherever viable, video conferencing can be used.
Unquestionably, the added clauses, that is, sections A andwill give teeth to the existing scheme of sections towhich in effect is a departure from the provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure and the Evidence Act.
In the wake of current scenario, The Negotiable Instruments Amendment Act, passed by both the houses Lok Sabha on July 23, ; Rajya Sabha on July 26, ; and notified on August 02, has come as a breather for the aggrieved Drawees.
The complainant has to prove that the cheque which bounced was issued for discharging the debtor legal liability in whole or in part.
Payment may be made within 15 days of receiving summons if Notice not received Any drawer who claims that he did not receive the notice sent by post, can, within 15 days of receipt of summons from the court in respect of the complaint under Sectionmake payment of the cheque amount and submit to the court that he had made payment within 15 days of receipt of summons by receiving a copy of complaint with the summons and, therefore, the complaint is liable to be rejected, C.