FREE Webinar on Negotiable Instruments Act | The Legal Notice: Oct 17

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The Legal Notice is hosting a free webinar with Advocate Naveen Tayal, founder of Roshni Law offices and has dealt with some major matters with clients such as Radisson Hotel, Delhi International School, Goodley Public School, Technia Institute, etc. The FREE Webinar on Negotiable Instruments Act is scheduled to be on 17th October 2020.

The Legal Notice is an organisation which aspires to bring fellow legally intrigued audience a step closer to gaining courtroom knowledge while sitting in the comforts of their home. It seeks to utilise the black letters of law to render its help to those echelons of society that lack resources and aims to provide first of a kind platform that strives to deliver application-based solutions ranging from legal advice to complex legal formats.

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The Webinar by The Legal Notice will be a fairly intimate interactive session where sir will enlighten us on the topic of Section 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act, with examples from his own courtroom encounters to create a better and more relatable link between the topic and the audience. In this session, the practical courtroom aspects of Negotiable Instruments Act, with emphasis on provisions and its procedures, will be brought under scrutiny and the distinction between the theoretical application and practical application will be discussed.

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  • Date: 17-10-2020
  • Time: 3 PM, IST
  • Platform: ZOOM
  • To register in FREE Webinar on Negotiable Instruments Act, click here

FREE Webinar om Negotiable Instruments Act

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