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Negotiable Instruments Act

NIA S. 138 – CrPC S. 482 – – Burden of proving that there is no existing debt or liability, is to be discharged in the trial – When there is legal presumption, it would not be judicious for the quashing Court to carry out a detailed enquiry on the facts alleged, without first permitting the trial Court to evaluate the evidence of the parties

Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, S. 138 – Companies Act, 2013 S. 56(1) – Criminal Procedure Code, 1973,  S. 482 – Dishonour of cheques – Burden of proving that there is...

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NIA S. 145(2) – Makes it possible for the evidence of the complainant to be taken without presence of an accused being an essential prerequisite condition –  Complainant can give his evidence by way of an affidavit and such affidavit shall be read in evidence in any inquiry/trial or other proceedings in the Court –  In case the complainant is required to be re-examined, the Court needs to pass a specific order either on the application under Section 145(2) of the N.I. Act or suo motu by the Court.

Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (26 of 1881), Section 145(2) - Makes it possible for the evidence of the complainant to be taken without presence of an accused being an essential...

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