Cheque Dishonor

Cheque-D​ishonor Law

If you have a Cheque issued by a debtor that has bounced or has been dishonored, or someone has issued a cheque bounce notice against you, or you have received the court summons for a 138 NI complaint against you, Then Don’t Worry. We have one of the best lawyers for cheque bounces in Jaipur, Rajasthan. We have Expertise in Handling Cheque Bounce cases efficiently.

Our Cheque Bounce lawyers will file a suit for recovery of the amount of the cheque along with the cost and interest. A criminal complaint can also be lodged. However, before the filing of the complaint, we serve the statutory notice to the party for payment of the cheque amount, we file that complaint on behalf of the pleader on the Power of Attorney.


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Why Nklawyers?

We at Nklawyers are constantly working to make the legal cheque bounce case process in India more accessible. We know the best practices and laws. Here are some reasons why you should choose us:

  • There are no additional fees.
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  • You’ll have access to the finest legal experts and in the field.


There is a time limit for instituting a case starting at the expiry of 15 days of serving a legal notice for cheque bounce. Such notice can be served within 30 days of receiving the cheque bounce memo from the concerned bank. If it is about cheque bounce case time limit, the case may take 2-3 years for conclusion.

In most cases, you should wait 15 days before filing a complaint with the court. Make sure to send all of the necessary documents, as stated previously.

You cannot bring charges against the drawer if the bounced check was presented to you as a gift or was lent to you for the repayment of a loan installment.

Yes, you need to submit documents along with the complaint letter to the court. Documents such as the Cheque Return Memo, the original bounced cheque, a copy of the notice sent along with the acknowledgement receipts, and an affidavit stating evidences need to be sent to the court in original format.

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