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Cheque Bounce Notice


If you have received a cheque towards payment of money and it has bounced, you can send a legal notice for cheque dishonour demanding payment of money from the cheque issuer. MyAdvo will help you send the legal notice through an expert cheque bounce lawyer.


Timelines in a Cheque Bounce case

  1. The legal notice must be sent within 30 days from the date of bouncing of the cheque.
  2. The legal notice provides the cheque issuer 15 days from the date of receipt of the notice to make the payment.
  3. In case the drawer fails to pay within 15 days, then a criminal complaint is to be filed in the Court within 30 days from the expiry of the 15 days.

Steps involved in sending a legal notice


Once you finalize the service, you will be required to fill a questionnaire regarding details of cheque and invoice/ bill.

Scanned Documents

You will also be required to send scanned copy of the following documents:

  • Bounced Cheque
  • Cheque returning memo
  • Invoice/ Bill/ Agreement towards which cheque was issued

Drafting Legal Notice

Within 2 working days, the lawyer will prepare the draft and share it for your review and approval.

Dispatch of Notice

Once you approve the draft, the lawyer will send the legal notice on his letterhead.

Why MyAdvo?

Pool of expert cheque bounce lawyers who are well versed with the entire process.
Step-by-step update through the case lifecycle
Dedicated case manager to provide you with timely updates
Payment is fixed in the beginning and you are not hassled by the lawyer later

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