Del. HC: Accrual of Cause of Action at a Place is not a Consideration for Determining Jurisdiction  ||  Mad. HC to State: Prevent use of Stickers such as ‘Police’ or ‘GOI’ on Private Vehicles  ||  Bom. HC: Magistrate Needn’t Provide Additional Reasons for Amount of Interim Compensation Awarded  ||  Del. HC: ‘THEOBROMA’ is Free to Expand its Outlets Across the Country  ||  Ker. HC: Detention Order Under KAPPA 2007 must be Confirmed Within 3 Months from Date of Execution  ||  Kar. HC: Not Every False Statement Made in Court Must be Subject to Prosecution  ||  Ker. HC: Roads are Ordinarily Deserted During Night; Likelihood of Causing Death by Accident is Less  ||  Del. HC: Severity of Offence Can’t Disentitle Foreigner to Get Parole for Filing SLP  ||  Cal. HC: Can’t Compound Proceedings u/s 138 NI Act at Revision Stage Without Complainant’s Consent  ||  Bom. HC: There Should be Some Accountability Fixed on Courts in Cases of Prolonged Incarceration    

Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Bill, 2015 - (14 Dec 2015)

Passed by Lok Sabha in August of this year, the Rajya Sabha too stamped approval on the Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Bill, 2015. The Bill addresses various issues raised pursuant to the Supreme Court judgment in Dashrath Rupsingh Rathod v. State of Maharashtra. It defines “a cheque in the electronic form” to cater for transactions where scanned copies of the cheques are exchanged, rather than it being physically tendered, and grants jurisdiction to courts where a cheque, ultimately dishonoured, is presented for payment.

Dashrath Rupsingh Rathod v. State of Maharashtra MANU/SC/0655/2014


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