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Section 320 of the Code of Criminal Procedure [Hereinafter `CrPC'] will not be applicable in the strict sense since ... under the Indian Penal Code. So far as the CrPC is concerned, Section 320 deals with offences which are compoundable
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 17 - Cited by 801 - Full Document
follows : " Having opened the case under Section 226 CrPC and having proceeded quite far under Section 227 CrPC in respect ... provisions of Section 192 to 196 and 227 CrPC. On receipt of the application, the learned Designated Judge directed
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 19 - Cited by 115 - R Babu - Full Document
under which the provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure, ('CrPC' for short) are made applicable to warrants, searches, arrests ... them were obviously under the provisions of the CrPC. The provisions of arrest, warrant, search and seizure are incorporated
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 68 - Cited by 491 -
1994 AIR 1872
- K J Reddy - Full Document
within the meaning of Section 2(c) of the CrPC. The Act vests jurisdiction in the Designated Court ... manner in accordance with the procedure prescribed in the CrPC notwithstanding anything contained in Section 260(1) or 262 CrPC
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 58 - Cited by 153 -
1994 AIR 2623
- A Anand - Full Document
presently treated as non-compoundable under Section 320 CrPC as compoundable. This will greatly reduce the burden of the courts ... list of compoundable offences under Section 320 of the CrPC. The present exercise is only confined to the offences made
Law Commission Report
- Cites 97 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
custody. 1.4 Practical aspects of sections 41 and 42, CrPC.- A reading of the above provisions and, in particular ... Wider powers of arrest under section 151, CrPC.- Added to these provisions are the preventive provisions in the Code
Law Commission Report
- Cites 83 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
Public Prosecutor on 24-8-1992 under Section 321 CrPC which was registered as Criminal ... virtue of provisions contained in Section 321 of the CrPC necessary consent may be granted to withdraw the prosecution against
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 8 - Cited by 78 -
1995 AIR 436
- J S Verma - Full Document
When these payments ceased she petitioned under Section 125 CrPC. The husband immediately dissolved the marriage by pronouncing a triple ... Court was the interpretation of Section 127(3)(b) CrPC that where a Muslim woman had been divorced
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 29 - Cited by 52 - R Babu - Full Document
still running at the date when the new CrPC came into force? It is only if the latter interpretation ... after the coming into force of the new CrPC. The language of the clause is neutral. It does not refer
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 7 - Cited by 52 -
AIR 1975 SC 164
- P Bhagwati. - Full Document
recording of the confessional statement under Section 164 CrPC to June 13, 1988 directing the appellant to be kept ... prosecution, he made a voluntary statement under Section 164 CrPC which was recorded by the learned Judicial Magistrate
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 22 - Cited by 46 -
1994 SCR (1) 559
- A Anand - Full Document
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