LEGAL NOTICE IN CHEQUE BOUNCING CASES

Sample Legal Notice 138

FORMAT – LEGAL NOTICE IN ‘CHEQUE BOUNCING CASES’

 

To,

Mr./Mrs.______________

_______________________

_______________________

 

CHEQUE BOUNCING CASE – CHEATING

Dear Mr _____or Mrs ,

Under the instruction of my Client named ______________, residing at_____________ , Delhi .  I serve on you this ‘Legal Notice’, informing you as follows:-

 

  1. That, when you had visited my Client’s New Delhi residence in the month of __________, you had issued two cheques, bearing No.__________ and No. drawn on ___________Bank dated___________ and____________, for two amounts of Rs. ___________and Rs.____________ and Rs. _________ i. e. total amount of Rs.__________ in my client’s favour in lieu of the repayment of the friendly loan advanced by my client to you, of against amount of Rs._________ without any interest.

 

  1. That, my Client had deposited the said both Cheques in his Account, in the __________ Bank, during the period of its validity on__________, which was returned unpaid to my Client on___________, on account of ‘Insufficient Funds’ in your Bank Account, to meet the demand stated in the aforesaid both Cheques. (Xerox copy of the Memorandum both dated____________ issued by the said Bank, is enclosed for ready reference).

 

  1. That, it appears that  in order to cheat and defraud my client and without any intention on your part to pay my Client, the aforesaid friendly loan of Rs._________, you  had deliberately and intentionally issued the aforesaid Cheques, knowingly that  it was bound to be dishonored, on account of ‘Insufficient funds’ in your bank Account.

 

  1. Under the aforesaid facts and circumstances, through this legal Notice, I on behalf of my client, do hereby call upon you, to pay my Client, the aforesaid amount of Rs.__________ on or before ______________, failing which my client shall initiate legal proceedings for the recovery of the said amount and shall also prosecute you under section 138 of the Negotiable instruments act and you shall be liable for the costs of the proceedings also.

 

  1. Copy retained .

Unfeigned Regards,

 

Vikas Pandey

Advocate , Supreme Court of India

 

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