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yellow notice


yellow notice   sir, if am filing an case and if he gives yellow notice still he will be prisoned? still will he face all charges of cheating and cheque bounce? will i hold strong position on my side?


   Yes it is a criminal offence so he will charged against the provisions of cheating .


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   For cheque bounce a person issuing cheque cab be prosecuted under S/138 of NE Act.
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   Dear brother
even after yellow notice he has undergo imprisonment under the cheque bounce case if he is convicted
Wish you a happy new year and all the best
Adv.A.P.Loganathan,MadrasHighCourt,Avoid Police/Court/Politician if possible
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   Dear Client,
You have not mentioned what type of case you are going to file. If the cases filed under Cr.PC or and with IPC then he as to undergo imprisonment or whatsoever by the law.

To get I.P (Yellow Notice) it has to be proved beyond reasonable doubts. You can object that if you got valuable grounds.

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David George
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