Dashrath Rupsingh Rathod Vs State of Maharashtra and Anr.

Cognizance of any such offence is however forbidden under Section 142 of the Act except upon a complaint in writing made by the payee or holder of the cheque in due course within a period of one month from the date the cause of action accrues to such payee or holder under clause (c) of proviso to Section 138.The cause of action to file a complaint accrues to a complainant/payee/holder of a cheque in due course if (a) the dishonoured cheque is presented to the drawee bank within a period of six months from the date of its issue.

Dashrath Rupsingh Rathod Vs State of Maharashtra and Anr.


Justice Tirath Singh Thakur, B.Sc., LL.B. was born on 04.01.1952. His Lordship enrolled as an Advocate on April 5, 1974 and practised in the High Court of Jammu & Kashmir at

Jammu and Srinagar in Civil, Criminal, Constitutional, Taxation and Service matters. Justice Thakur was Standing Counsel among others for the Income Tax Deptt., University of

Jammu, Board of School Education and Reserve Bank of India.

 Justice Thakur was nominated as a Member of the Law faculty of the University of Jammu. His Lordship was elected as President of the Bar Association in the year 1986 and

designated as a Senior Advocate in 1990. Justice Thakur was elevated as Judge, Supreme Court of India on 17.11.2009.