If cheque is dishounre due to insufficient funds in account then, According to "The Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881" is applicable for such cases.
According to section 138 of above Act, The dishounre of cheque is criminal offence and is punisitiable by imprisonment up to 2 years or with fine or Both.
We have to send the notice to drawer within 30Days from the date of recovering cheque returns memo from respective Bank. In such notice, It should be clearly mention that the amount has to be paid to payee within 15 days from receipt of Notice.
Still drawer, Fails to make payment with in time limit. Then within 30 days we can file criminal complent against Drawer.
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Cheque bouncing is or cheque dishonored is criminal offence under Section 138 and punishable with 2 year imprisonment or fine or Both.
As you already send Notice, Then in next 30 Days we can file criminal complaint.
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