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Dishonour of Cheque: Trial court overstepped remand scope, erred in allowing new evidence beyond limited mandate. Reopening settled issues impermissible.

Case Laws     Indian Laws

July 6, 2024

Limited jurisdiction of trial court after remand order; cannot enlarge scope beyond remand directions. Trial court erred in allowing evidence beyond remand's limited scope regarding testamentary disposition. Remand order did not permit reopening issue of cheque's issuance discharging legal liability. Invoking Section 311 CrPC to expand jurisdiction impermissible. Trial court order set aside; application u/s 311 CrPC dismissed.

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