Subject: Request for Payment.
You agreed to purchase from me the below mentioned goods from me on ________________ (Date) at the price __________ as per invoice number ____________.Description of the goods provided.
The goods were delivered at _______________ (address) on _________(date). As for the payment of goods delivered you issued a cheque in my favour bearing number ___________ (Cheque Number) dated ____________ on ____________ (Name of the Bank.The cheque was duly presented to the bank but the bank refused to make the payment with the endorsement (Insufficient Funds) vides __________ (Returning Memo No.) on ________ (Returning date of the cheque).In these circumstances, I would request you to pay me the above-mentioned amount of ? ___________ at the earliest. Yours’s faithfully.________________
Court Process for filing a case
Court Fee –
Amount on cheque
Rs. 0 to Rs. 50,000/-
Rs. 50,000/- to Rs. 2,00,000/-
Above Rs. 2,00,000/-
Memo of Advocate is essential at the time of filing a suit along with signatures of complainant.
After case is file by complainant in court, all documents are cross checked by Judicial Magistrate First Class, so original documents such as original cheque (bounced), original memo, copy of notice, receipt of post office, receipt of U.P.C., acknowledgement receipt, are required at the time of cross checking.
The period of limitation is also verified at this stage.
The Process Form, also known as the Bhatta, is filed by the complainant or lawyer, along with addresss of accused.
The court then issues a summons to accused for appearance in court on specific date.
If Accused does not appear in court on the date of hearing, the court issues a bailable warrant on the request of the complainant.
It the accused still does not appear before the court, the court may issue a non-bailable warrant of arrest.