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High Courts Weekly Round Up
High Courts Weekly Round Up

Delhi High CourtThe Delhi High Court in Wilson Mathew v. State held that Security cheques per se would not get out of the ambit of Section 138 of the NI Act.The Delhi High Court  dismissed a plea...

Breaking; Dis-honour of Cheque cases can be filed only to the Court within whose local jurisdiction, the offence was Committed; ie, where the cheque is dishonoured by the bank on which it is drawn. Bhaskaran Vs Balan (1999) which allowed Five territorial Jurisdictions overruled [Read the Judgment]
Breaking; Dis-honour of Cheque cases can be filed only to the Court within whose local jurisdiction, the offence was Committed; ie, where the cheque is dishonoured by the bank on which it is drawn. Bhaskaran Vs Balan (1999) which allowed Five territorial Jurisdictions overruled [Read the Judgment]

A three Judge Bench of the Supreme Court finally held that  a Complaint of Dis-honour of Cheque can be filed only  to  the  Court  within  whose  local jurisdiction the offence was committed, which ...

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