Husband Asked To Do False Money Transactions In Sister-in-law's Husband's Company Account

Sister-in-law's husband has made my husband transfer an amount of Rs 12000/- in March 2019 to his office account, without any reason or justifications. The message to my husband from his sister was just that, "transfer this 12000 to this account". ... Read More

Sister-in-law's husband has made my husband transfer an amount of Rs 12000/- in March 2019 to his office account, without any reason or justifications. The message to my husband from his sister was just that, "transfer this 12000 to this account". Based on blind trust, this has happened. Now, when the reason for this is being asked, they are not giving us any answer. If this was a legal transaction, the sister-in-law's husband could have transferred the money to his own company himself. Or, through his wife. Or, through his own brothers. However, he chose to transfer the money to his wife (my sister in law), who in turn transferred it to my husband and insisted to deposit in her husband's company account. We do not know what is the underlying reason for all this and do not want to be in the list of fraud or adjusting things with the auditor for no fault of ours.
Read Less

Answer (1)

Sakshi Yadav

Sakshi Yadav

  • Sector-1, Noida

Even if you have transferred an amount to your Brother-in-law company account, they have to show them in their Company account Books regarding this transaction as you must know every transaction which is done in Company accounts needs to be justified. So, you don't have to worry regarding the same till any dispute arises.

Answered on 26 Mar 2020


Was this answer helpful?

Didn't find the answer you are looking for?

Talk to experienced lawyer online and get your answered in minutes.

Advocate Piyush SinghAdvocate Anuj AroraAdvocate Devinder SinghAdvocate Dilpreet S Gandhi+50