Just get issue a legal notice and then file suit for recovery of money. It will be decreed.
In this case, you can easily send a legal notice through an advocate against that person who stop your money under Section 420 of IPC.
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If it is a proper Business Transaction, then give legal notice to demand the money. And then file summary suit for recovery of money. It will be get ordered within 6 months. Then you can recover the money through execution process. Giving Police complaint may be furitful in geting a part money only but a civil suit you can get entire money with intrest.
Get issue legal notice on the registered address and thereafter file a suit for recovery of amount and take newspaper publication if his address is not traceable.
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Give Demand Legal Notice to the opposite party and if no reply or amount paid then file a recovery of money suit at appropriate legal forum.
Get issue a legal notice and then file a police complaint and suit for recovery of money.
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You need to make a demand from the party in writing, with as much details as possible. for ex. what was the transaction, amount due, since what date, what efforts you have done to contact the party etc.
If there's no response to the demand, you may approach a lawyer to draft and send a legal notice on your behalf.
Send him a legal notice stating that if he doesn't honour the legal notice you will invoke Provisions of cheating against him. If he still doesn't pay you the Money then file an FIR against him.
You may get actual address of the party and get issue a legal notice and then file a civil suit.
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