Consumer Credit Act, 1995


104.—Where in a prosecution for a contravention of this Part it is shown to a court that the accused had in his possession or control any document or sum of money in circumstances which give rise to the reasonable inference that such documents or money were kept for the purpose of moneylending, it shall be presumed, unless the contrary is shown, that the accused, at the time of such possession or control, was engaged in the business of moneylending.