By Himanshi Parekh and Abdullah Qureshi M/s. Bridgestone India Pvt. Ltd. vs. Inderpal Singh The Supreme Court in the case of M/s. Bridgestone India Pvt. Ltd. vs. Inderpal Singh has held that pursuant to Sections
By Ashish Kumar Gill The Negotiable Instrument Act,1881 (‘Act’) has a history of being one of the oldest acts to be in existence since the time “British Raj” came to its end in India and
Cabinet nod to Negotiable Instrument (Amendment) Bill, 2015 : Step towards clearing confusion of jurisdiction in cheque bounce case ?
By Shuchi Mehta Most debated issue of jurisdiction in cheque dishonor cases is again in news as the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minsiter Shri Narendra Modi has approved the proposal to introduce the Negotiable
By Shuchi Mehta On March 20, 2015, the two judges bench of the Supreme Court of India dismissed as withdrawn a Special Leave Petition (“SLP”) arising out of a judgment of the High Court of Judicature
By Ruben George Rock Following the trail of Dashrath Roopsingh case, and Ramanbhai Mathurbhai case, one more judgment with regard to jurisdiction of Courts in dishonour of cheque cases is up in the judicial matrix, delivered by
By Binju Inamdar Directors cannot be held liable for dishonour of cheques issued by the company after his/her resignation FACTS OF THE CASE: The Appellant, Pooja Ravinder Devidasani was appointed as a Director of M/s Elite