Section 37 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

 

Section 37 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 in Hindi and English 



Section 37 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 : The maker of a promissory note or cheque, the drawer of a bill of exchange until acceptance, and the acceptor are, in the absence of a contract to the contrary, respectively liable thereon as principal debtors, and the other parties thereto are liable thereon as sureties for the maker, drawer or acceptor, as the case may be.



Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Case Law Related to Section 37 of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 :

The Bank Of Hindustan Ltd. vs N. Govindarajulu Naidu on 13 September, 1933

Madras High Court 

Rahini Roy vs Jethmull Bhojraj And Anr. on 19 June, 1968

Calcutta High Court 

Indian Bank vs The Kapol Co-Op. Bank Ltd. & Ors on 20 April, 2009

Bombay High Court 

Afsal Baker vs Maya Printers on 25 September, 2015

Kerala High Court 

Afsal Baker vs Maya Printers on 25 September, 2015

Kerala High Court 

Royal Bank Of Scotland N.V vs Andhra Bank on 4 May, 2018

Bombay High Court 

M/S Bpl Ltd vs M/S Morgan Securities & Credits on 18 December, 2018

Delhi High Court 

Ashok Mahansing Bajaj H.U.F. vs Elegant Pharmaceuticals Ltd. & on 14 February, 2000

Bombay High Court 

Radha Rukmini Ammal vs Swaminatha Mudaliar Sons Co., on 8 August, 2002

Madras High Court 

Lallubhai Bhikhabhai Chunawalla vs Ratanchand Raichand on 11 July, 1939

Bombay High Court 


परक्राम्य लिखत अधिनियम, 1881 की धारा 37 का विवरण :  - परक्राम्य लिखत का हर पूर्विक पक्षकार सम्यक्-अनुक्रम-धारक के प्रति तब तक उसके आधार पर दायी है जब तक उस लिखत की सम्यक् रूप से तुष्टि न कर दी जाए।


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