A D V. M A N I S H
Welcome to Advocate Manish Alagh & Asso.

Getting your money back is our Motto

-Advocate Manish Alagh (Founder & Owner)

We are specialised in ONLY those Civil & Criminal litigation which will get your money back
You can expect to get an answer to all most all of your legal queries regarding money recovery immediately.

How We Work

Welcome to Advocate Manish Alagh & Associates

Each & Every client of ours who believed us has got positive results as we have multiple steps to be taken at different level which includes Personal interaction with client’s opposite party (if required & allowed), customized demand notices on your letter head, multiple legal notices at every level required, exact section of law and case laws reference for each case of our clients etc.
Precise and Expert Drafting is done with relevant case laws and sections. The first Draft is shared with the client to make any changes required and the final draft is sent only when the client approves it.
Filing of the case in court / Facilitation Centre:- Case is filed Timely with relevant documents required.
Regular updating of the current and future course of action:- In advance information is given for the hearing date or any development in the client's case as well as an order copy after every hearing is being shared with the client.



Years Experience



Cases Solved



Happy Clients


“We have filed 23 cases in MSEFC meerut,5 cases got settled before submission of hard copies as their demand notice and legal notices to the clients are highly effective,3 cases got settled before 1st hearing and 2 cases got settled after 1st hearing. They are truly professional and efficient in their work.”

Mr Akash Jain – Sanmati P Pvt Ltd


“Out of 4 cases filed in MSEFC Alipur Delhi cases,3 cases are fully settled after 2nd hearing and rest 1 case had made a partial payment.They follow up personally with the client when required and makes sure every thing in perfect and in time.”

Mr Vinod Ahuja – Proprietor -M/s General Equ


I was going through financial crisis while fighting my cheque bounce case u/s 138 NI act and they made me compensated 20% of my cheque amount in my initial hearings through court.That was a huge relief for me

Mr Yash Pal


My opposite party was hard nut to crack but their criminal suit apart from the civil suit against him helped a lot to deal with him

Mr Y C Dhall


When an offence under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 is committed?

An offence under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 is committed when a cheque drawn by accused on an account being maintained by him in a bank for discharge of debt/liability is returned unpaid for insufficiency of funds or for the reason that the amount exceeds the arrangement.

How long does it take to get the court judgement on a cheque bounce case in India?

If the accused attends every hearing - then a cheque bounce case can be disposed off in around 15 months. If the accused has inconsistent attendance -and magistrate has to issue summons/nbw etc then the hearing may take more than 3 - 5 years to be disposed off.

What are the Steps involved in a cheque bounce case?

1. Mandatory notice
2. Complaint filing
3. Jurisdiction
4. Pre summoning Evidence
5. Summons/warrant issued
6. Appearance /bail
7. U/s 251 Crpc substance of the accusation to be stated
8. Framing of Notice/charge
9. Cross Examination of complaint u/s 145(2) of NI act
10.If allowed Evidence of complainant.
11.Examination of Accused u/s 313 Crpc
12.Defense Evidence
13.Final Arguments.
15.Prepare compromise deed in case of compromise.
16.Execution trial in the jurisdiction of the respondent.

what is Civil suit for money recovery?

A suit for the recovery of money is an effective and efficient way to recover a debt from the debtor. The civil remedy for money recovery is suing a money defaulter. It's the filing of a lawsuit in a court of competent jurisdiction. The suit may be filed under Order IV of the Code of Civil Procedure, which was enacted in 1908, (CPC).

What is the limitation period for money recovery suit?

3 years is the limitation period for money recovery suit in India.

What are Steps in civil suit recovery?

1. Legal Notice
2. Suit filing -plaint filing
3. Issue of summons
4. Court Fees
5. Written statement
6. Appearance
7. Replication.
8. Admission /denial of charges
Framing Of Issues, Trial And Arguments:
9. Issues
10. Plaintiff evidence.
11. Defendant’s evidence.
12. Final arguments.
13. Judgment
14. Execution:- Execution Of A Decree.

What is the complete meaning of ex party in a civil suit?

Ex parte, in simple terms means to the court will hear the matter from one side i.e. from one party, and the judgement is passed without the other party being heard or given an opportunity to present themselves. It is a principle of natural justice that both the side or both the parties must be given an opportunity to be heard and present themselves before the court can reach a judgement in any case. But in certain circumstances (you could refer the Code of civil procedure) the court has the power to pass an ex parte decree.

What is MSME Samadhaan Portal?

MSME Samadhaan is a Portal created by Office of DC(MSME), Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) where Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) can file their applications online regarding delayed payments.

Whether a time barred receivable from a buyer can be decided by council?

Yes. No limitation is applicable in Arbitration by Council. But, delay and latches principle is applicable. Supplier sleeping over his legal rights cannot get assistance of Council.

Is it absolutely necessary to have purchase /work order as evidence?Can council allow secondary and corroborated evidence?

No. Acknowledgement on invoice, delivery challans or part payment, email etc. all are accepted.