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presently, he has misused the said cheque leaf as Exhibit P1 after materially altering the same
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material or evidence to show that the material alteration in Ext. P1 cheque is effected by the complainant and therefore ... Section 87, it an be seen that 'any material alteration of the negotiable instrument renders the same void as against
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said fact shows that there is no material alteration in the cheque. Thus, according to the counsel, the finding ... cheque is seen in corrected portion of the cheque in question. That means, the drawer of the cheque
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materially altered in that, name of payee is seen thickened. I am unable to accept that ... material alteration on the facts of the case pleaded. For, appellant has no case that the cheque was drawn
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challenge his signature in Ext.P1 cheque and no material alteration was also alleged by the Revision Petitioner. Though ... respondent regarding the execution and issuance of the cheque. In that context, the court below found that mere assertion
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invalid cheque and subsequent adding of the date in Ext.A1 amounts to material alteration and therefore respondent ... date of the cheque and if so, it does not amount to material alteration. Whatever it be, as the suit
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below erred in coming to the conclusion that the cheque - Ext.P1 was issued for the due discharge ... conclusion that there was material alteration in Ext.P1 cheque. (iii) The sentence imposed is excessive. 6. Grounds
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also contended that in Ext.P1 cheque there is material alteration also. 3. To prove the execution and issuance
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inclusive of the principal amount and interest. When the cheque was presented for collection, it was dishonoured ... name etc. will not amount to material alteration since the signature in the cheque is admitted by the accused
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that Ext.P1 cheque was issued as a security, that no amount was due from ... complainant and that there was material alteration in the cheque. No evidence was adduced by the accused except examining himself
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