Intention of Drawer of Cheque

Last updated on Apr 8, 2022

If a cheque you issued has bounced, intention of the drawer of the cheque does not matter. It is irrelevant whether or not you intended to for your cheque to bounce. Even if the bouncing of the cheque has happened without ill intent or malice it is considered illegal and a crime under the law.

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