Sample 15 days Notice

Subject: NOTICE UNDER SECTION 138 OF NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT ACT READ WITH SECTION 420 OF INDIAN PENAL CODE

On behalf of and under instructions of my client __________ S/o__________ R/o __________ (hereinafter referred to as “my client”). I do hereby serve you with the following legal notice:

1. That my client, an engineering student, while looking for job paid Rs 10,000 to you for assured placement in an MNC, last year.

2. That thereafter my client issued a number of reminders to you for placement, but still no opportunity was provided to him, i.e. as you were unable to fulfill the promise as to placement of my client. Therefore, it was decided between you and my client that the amount of Rs 10,000 should be refunded and as a result you issued him a cheque no 942745 dated 23 December 2011.

3. That the said cheque was presented by my client to State Bank of India, Noida for credit in his account in the month of December 2011 itself, but it bounced due to insufficient funds. And my client contacted you and was assured of cash in lieu of bounced cheque, therefore, my client did not take legal action earlier. My client thereafter again requested many a time to you for the payment of the said cheque amount by telephone and/or through personal visit of his representative, but in vain.

4. That in April 2012, my client again tried depositing the cheque with State Bank of India, Mysore but it was again returned as unpaid with remarks – Funds Insufficient, vide Syndicate Bank memo dated 19 April 2012.

5. That in the facts and circumstances created by you my above said client left with no alternative except to serve you the present notice and calling upon all of you to make the payment of the above mentioned cheque amount totaling Rs 10,000/- (Rupees Ten Thousand only) including bouncing charges in cash with interest @ 24% per annum within 15 days of the receipt of this notice failing which my client shall be constrained to institute against you a criminal complaint under section 138 of the Negotiable Instrument Act read with section 420 of IPC where under you could be sentenced to undergo imprisonment of the two years and also pay the fine equivalent of the double amount of the above mentioned cheque as well as legal charges of this notice of Rs 2100/-

6. That a copy of this notice retained in my office for further reference /record and legal action.

Comments

  1. milan says

    i got paid by cheque but it was bounce due to unsufficient balance .
    now just let me know wht should i do now?
    you can call me on 9601588037

  2. sagar sahare says

    Sir i give 30000 rs to a person, he get me a cheqe of this amount, and when i deposit this, its bounce, and the person are left the city, and i have there contact no, and there other bank a/c no. ! Plz guide me what can i do now

  3. HS Soun says

    Sir;
    I have purchased a property in noida three years ago. Registry & Motation done in October 2010 & Apr 2011. In Mar 2013 , another property dealer was claiming out of 120 square yards, 34 square yard area is, his property part. I told to previous owner he excepted that is correct. IT is my son’s mistake Tomorrow take security Amt. Rs 50,000 & give 05 Months time, he promise in
    written. He will pay Rs. 14,00,000 up to 14 Aug13 He issued Rs. 5,00,000 cheque dated 13 May 13, cheque bounce two time till agreement period I.e. 15 Augury 13. Time to time when I ask for payment always requesting for more time and issue two months date cheque. Up to 09 Dec 13 he has given Cheque S of Rs . Ten Lakhs Fifty thousand. (10,50,000) all cheques are two time bounce. He replying I has promise to pay you, why are you worry, property documents with you. Simply cheeting. Advice me what action I have to take.

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