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What if accused is ready to deposit the cheque amount during the pendency of the complaint?

What if accused is ready to deposit the cheque amount during the pendency of the complaint?

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As per Hon’ble Supreme if the Accused is ready to compound the matter and to pay the cheque amount along with interest and other expenses as assessed by the Court by a specified date, the Court is empowered to dismiss the proceedings as provisions of Section 143 of the NI Act, 1881 read with Section 258 Code of Criminal Procedure.

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Someone filed a case against me for cheque bounce. Is cheque bouncing a criminal offence? Please give me details about this.

Ans.  Yes, Cheque Bounce is a criminal offence. The offence of cheque bounce if dealt under Negotiable Instrument Act and it is a punishable offence. So Drawer/signatory of the cheque can be prosecuted for the offence and can be punished with imprisonment..

Can I sue a party for dishonour of cheque if the cheque in question was given as a gift or in charity?

Ans.  No, if the cheque in question was given as a gift or in charity, it will not be considered as an offence.

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