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cheque bounce case after ordinance June 2015
« on: July 23, 2015, 10:39:59 PM »
this recent negotiable instrument act ordinance june 2015 has made victims in troubles.my case is in almost decision stage. from last 2 months, court is not transferring file to concerned court saying that highcourt orders are not yet come. even no progress is in case due to ordinance. accused had given written statement in court that he will give money in july. ordnance came in June. when July came,  accused said before court that he needs more time to pay. accused taking benefits from this ordinance thinking that present court can take no decision on this now. court is not transferring case and waiting for highcourt order. can you kindly advise what to do? :(

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Re: cheque bounce case after ordinance June 2015
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2015, 02:56:23 AM »
Court can pass order in respect of your case. There is no connection or ordinance.

Ordinance has only passed which is valid for 6 months and the ordinance has not yet been transformed into Act. So the court has every right and jurisdiction to pass order. Still the Supreme Court rulings regarding jurisdiction is the law of land.

Please ask your lawyer to create pressure on the court to pass or proceed the case accordingly without any further delay. When the Act will come, then on that event, necessary steps will be taken.
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