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One of the growing menance in Indian courts are the matters related to cheque-bounce. It has been made a criminal

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Amendments made to the Arbitration And Conciliation Act, 1996

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The Indian President on 23rd Day of October, 2015 promulgated an ordinance to amend the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. This Ordinance is aimed mainly to ease the the business for foreign investors based in India. Some of the important amendments which has been brought by the Parliament are as follows: A. Section 2(1)(e) of

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Instrument / Document where Stamp-Duty has been insufficiently paid

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Indian Stamp Act is a vast area which requires in-depth study as this law is applicable in all the transactions irrespective of the amount involved irrespective of the fact that it is exchange, sale or buy etc., and the parties concerned has to pay the stamp duty to the government. Be it an individual or

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Post Dated Cheque given as an advance does not constitute an offence under Section 138 of Negotiable Instrument Act:-

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Post Dated Cheque given as an advance does not constitute an offence under Section 138 of Negotiable Instrument Act:- If a post-dated cheque is given to any person / seller as an advance in lieu of or towards purchase of any item and thereafter the cheque is bounced then it does not constitute an offence

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Jurisdiction of Courts with regard to Cheque-Bounce Cases

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Jurisdiction of Courts with regard to Cheque-Bounce Cases The jurisdiction of filing cheque bounce cases under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instrument Act is now covered by the provisions of the new Ordinance promulgated by the Parliament with effect from 15.06.2015 which are as follows: 1. A Cheque bounce case under Section 138 of the

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