If two parties enter into a sale deed and then the seller refuses to sell but later gives a cheque for refund of amount and that cheque bounces will it be a case for 138 Negotiable intruments act?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Yes, if the seller has given a cheque to refund the advance received, he admitted his liability towards the buyer and is required to make payment.
It will be better to send a bank draft or a banker's cheque as a substitute of the bounced cheque.
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