M/S Ashu Fashion vs M/S Seema Collection & Anr. on 21 December, 2015

1. The present revision petition has been preferred by the

petitioner to challenge the legality and correctness of an order dated

06.11.2015 of learned Additional Sessions Judge in CA No.32/15 by

which the judgment dated 14.07.2014 and sentence order dated

17.07.2014 of learned Chief Metropolitan Magistrate were upheld. The

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petitioner was convicted under Section 138 Negotiable Instruments Act

and was sentenced to undergo Simple Imprisonment for six months with

compensation amount of `3,00,000/-.
2. During the course of arguments, Crl.M.A.No.18454/2015

was filed to report settlement between the parties. The complainant with

his counsel appeared and stated that the matter has been compounded by

him with the petitioner with his free consent and the settled amount has

since been received. He has no objection to the disposal of the revision

petition as settled/compounded.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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