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Court Stenographer Question Paper (Part-30)

Har saal District Courts and High Courts mai Steno papers, Adhoc steno papers, hote rehte hai, inki language kafi had tak same hi hoti hai.

Aap yeh paper dekh kar easily practice kar sakte hai, in future apko aur bhi court shorthand papers provide kiye jayenge.

Punjab and Haryana High Court, District Court (Steno Adhoc Exams) mai 80 wpm speed 5 minutes mai bole geya tha, aur agey bhi aisi hi dictation court steno exam mai boli jaa sakti hai. 

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80 WPM Court Steno Paper

Steno Typist Paper Part- 30

  • Paragraph 5 Minutes
  • Words 400
  • Transcribed Time 20 Minutes
  • Reading Time- 1 Minutes

Match Steno Test Paragraph

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        A bare perusal of the above provisions show that every cheque is a bill of exchange of a particular kind. Section 6 of the Act also prescribes that the cheque can be in electronic form as well. However, while extending the scope of the definition of the cheque to the digital format, the Act has again emphasised upon the signature' of the drawer, though in the digital form. Therefore, if the argument that the body of the cheque should have 80 been filled up by or in the handwriting of the drawer only to make it a validly drawn cheque is taken to the logical end, then it goes against the provisions of the Negotiable Instruments Act itself. In that situation, there cannot be any cheque in the electronic form because it would not contain any handwriting of the drawer, nor the signature in physical form. Same is the tone and tenure of the definition of the Bill of Exchange' as 80 contemplated by Section 5 of the Act.

           While defining Bill of Exchange, which every cheque is, this Section has also emphasised only upon the fact that the same is signed by the maker of the Bill of Exchange. A bare reading of Section 5 of the Act also shows that the only thing which is insisted by this Section for validity of bill of exchange is the signatures of the maker of the bill. Everything else has been left to 80 be defined by the variable facts and circumstances of the case. Hence, this Court is of the opinion that the fact that the body of the cheque is not filled up by the drawer of the cheque, is totally immaterial in a trial for offence under Section 138 of NI Act. Once the cheque is a complete document, containing all the particulars, as required by the Negotiable Instruments Act, and the same bears undisputed signature of the drawer of the  80 cheque, then, the cheque would be a valid document under Negotiable Instrument Act, irrespective of the fact as to who has filled up the body of the cheque. This strand of intention of legislature can be very well gathered from the other provisions of the Act as well. Wherever the Act talks of liabilities on the basis of Negotiable Instruments, it has emphasised only on the fact that the drawer or endorser has signed the document. Not only that, the Act  80


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