Section 69 in The Negotiable Instruments Act
Title: Instrument payable at specified place
A promissory note or bill of exchange made, drawn or accepted payable at a specified place must, in order to charge the maker or drawer thereof, be presented for payment at that place.
Title: Presentment where no exclusive place specified
A promissory note or bill of exchange, not made payable as mentioned in sections 68 and 69, must be presented for payment at the place of business (if any), or at the usual residence, of the maker, drawee or acceptor thereof, as the case may be.
Title: Presentment when maker etc has no known place of business or residence
If the maker, drawee or acceptor of a negotiable instrument has no known place of business or fixed residence, and no place is specified in the instrument for presentment for acceptance or payment, such presentment may be made to him in person wherever he can be found.
Title: Presentment of cheque to charge drawer
1[Subject to the provisions of section 84,] a cheque must, in order to charge the drawer be presented at the bank upon which it is drawn before the relation between the drawer and his banker has been altered to the prejudice of the drawer.
1. Ins. by Act 6 of 1897, s. 2.
Title: Presentment of cheque to charge any other person
A cheque must, in order to charge any person except the drawer, be presented within a reasonable time after delivery thereof by such person