Section 83 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

 

Section 83 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 in Hindi and English 



Section 83 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 :If the holder of a bill of exchange allows the drawee more than '[forty-eight] hours, exclusive of public holidays, to consider whether he will accept the same, all previous parties not consenting to such allowance are thereby discharged from liability to such holder.



Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Case Law Related to Section 83 of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 :

V. Suresh Kumar vs V.C. Raveendran And Anr. on 9 September, 2005

Kerala High Court 

Nand Lal vs Firm Gulab Rai-Narain Das And Ors. on 30 January, 1923

Allahabad High Court 

Against The Order/Judgment In St vs By Advs.Sri.T.P.Pradeep on 7 July, 2016

Kerala High Court 

Vineet Saxena vs Sudhir Gaur on 1 May, 2019

Madhya Pradesh High Court 

Against The Order/Judgment In Cc vs By Adv. Sri.Dinesh Mathew  on 29 August, 2013

Kerala High Court 

M.C.Babu vs State Of Kerala on 1 July, 2011

Kerala High Court 

Narayanamma vs D V Narayanaswamy on 9 November, 2020

Karnataka High Court 

Betty M Joseph vs The District Collector on 18 December, 2020

Kerala High Court 

Prasad vs Sree Gokulam Chits And Finance on 4 February, 2010

Kerala High Court 

Class Magistrate Court-Ii vs By Adv. Sri.T.N.Manoj



परक्राम्य लिखत अधिनियम, 1881 की धारा 83 का विवरण :  - यदि विनिमय-पत्र का धारक ऊपरवाल को यह विचार करने के लिए कि वह उसे प्रतिगृहीत करेगा या नहीं, लोक अवकाश दिनों को छोड़कर अड़तालीस घण्टे से अधिक अनुज्ञात कर देता है तो ऐसी अनुज्ञा से सम्मत न होने वाले सब पूर्विक पक्षकार ऐसे धारक के प्रति दायित्व से तद्द्वारा उन्मोचित हो जाते हैं ।



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