- Date 15 Feb 2016
- Lawyer Prabha Bansal
- Skills Negotiable Instrument Case
- Location INDIA
- Category Negotiable Instrument Case
In cases where you find cheques bearing large amounts remaining unpaid or being returned by the bank on which they are drawn for the reason of insufficient funds, then Negotiable Instruments Act can be your ultimate solution. Find the assistance of dedicated lawyers specializing in the 138 Act at Bansal litigators and file for punishment or compensation.
A brief overview of Negotiable Instrument Cases
Cases of cheque bounce are quite common these days and in several cases, the transactions are made by cheque. Negotiable instruments include a promissory note, cheque, or a bill of exchange that is payable either or to the holder or bearer in due course. If the cheques remain unpaid and are returned by the bank because of the lack of funds, then these cases are punishable. The holder of the promissory note or the cheque has to approach the court of law when the note or cheque fails to pay the amount mentioned or promised, and recover the said amounts.
Finding the right attorney for your Negotiable Instrument Case
At Bansal litigators, we provide legal advice for Negotiable Instrument Cases. We are driven to succeed and our commitment to excellence makes us the best among all the other attorneys in the industry. With over decades of experience and a thorough understanding of the legal nuts and bolts, we make sure that every case that we deal with proceeds towards justice. We offer legal assistance or advice with regard to any of the following matters:
- For the sake of emanating statutory notices under the Negotiable Instruments Act
- For prosecuting or filing the cheque bounce case
- For defending the bounce case
- Under the Promissory note, filing a suit of recovery of the amount
- For defending the suits and other proceedings that are filed on the basis of cheques and promissory note
In case if you find yourself in a mess where you have been deceived with a bounced cheque, then you can always get in touch with us. We will try our best to get you out of this situation. For further queries or to book an appointment, you can always write to us on–