A Study on Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument with Special Emphasis on Laws of Dishonour of Cheque in India

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Title: A Study on Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument with Special Emphasis on laws of Dishonour of Cheque in India

Table of Contents Chapter No. | Chapter Title | Page No. | Chapter 1 | Introduction:-Title General IntroductionStatement of the Problem Objective of the StudyHypothesisesResarch Question Scope and Limitation Research MethodologyTentative ChapterizationReview of Literature | 5-9 | Chapter 2 | Meaning of Negotiable Instrument and Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument | 10-12 | Chapter 3 | Legal Provision related to Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument in India with special reference to Dishonour of Cheque | 13-16 | Chapter 4 | Judicial trend related to Dishonour of Cheque | 17-19 | Chapter 5 | Conclusion and Suggestion
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The current situation of India is very critical because there are laws for the Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument but are these laws really very useful in solving the matters of Dishonour of NI. In this article the researcher also emphasized on the laws made for the dishonour of Cheque in different foreign countries. In this article there is brief comparison of laws of India with other countries regarding dishonor f negotiable instrument.
Objective of the Study * To understand the Concept of Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument. * To know what are the legal provision for Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument. * To understand the practical applicability of Laws for Dishonour of Negotiable instrument. * To analyse the Judicial Trend related to Negotiable Instrument.

Hypothesis
“Laws of Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument are flexible in nature and emphasis more on paper rather than practical aspect”
In this Project with the help of extensive research the researcher would assumes that the laws which are made to control the activity of Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument, It works more on paper rather than the practical aspect.
Research Question * What is meant by dishonour and who will be principally liable upon such dishonor? * What is the procedure which needs to be followed in order to prosecute the offender? * What is the difference between the

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