This is my follow up question regarding which you advised me that sending notice through email is not suffice. Sir, Ia m trying to find out the accused address but in case I can't find his
address what are my options? Should I lodge a FIR against him? Though the accused is constantly in touch with me through his cell phone and assuring me that he will pay the amount at on 20th April 2014 but not giving his correct address.
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Asked 3 years ago in Criminal Law from Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Sir, accused sent me a written agreement on a 10 Rs stamp paper mentioning that he has taken 300000 Rs from me as a loan which he will give me back till 20 April 2014 without fail.Kindly let me know if this agreement has any legal validity?
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Asked 3 years ago
Without perusing the agreement we cannot say whether it is legally valid.
The notice will have to be sent by your lawyer yo his address. If the address is not known to you then seek the intervention of police which can ascertain his address by tracing his calls.
The agreement must be mentioning the address of the person who has taken the loan. if you feel it is wrong address then contact the nearest police station who can ascertain the correct address of the loanee. further, u should have taken his residence proof before giving him loan.
u can take help of local police or hire detective agency for finding address, because u need address of person to file complain under 138 of NI ACT for cheque bounce case
Advocate, Greater Noida
As you have his phone number yourself or with the help of police you can get the address traced. when he is in touch with you follow him once and know the address. if you have the cheque it is enough the agreement is not necessary at all.