Different inks on Negotiable Instrument may render it Void [Read Madras HC Judgment]July 14 2019
A recent judgment of the Madras High Court highlights that the use of different inks to write the amount on a promissory note could constitute material alteration, thereby rendering it void.
The case involved a claim that one, Kasi Pillai (defendant), had executed a promissory note in 2007 undertaking to repay Rs 35,000, plus interest, to M Mallika (plaintiff). In 2010, the plaintiff claimed to have issued a notice for repayment.
She went on to institute a suit on the . . .
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