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Central Government Act Section 406 in The Indian Penal Code, 1860 406. Punishment for criminal breach of trust.-- Whoever commits
Central Government Act
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present proceedings under Sections 406/403 of the Indian Penal Code, which is a General Act, are not maintainable ... trust has been committed for trial under Section 406, Indian Penal Code." It is difficult to understand how the principles
Calcutta High Court
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AIR 1971 Cal 93
- N Talukdar - Full Document
commission of an offence under Section 406, Indian Penal Code, and such other section as may be found applicable ... commission of an offence under Section 406, Indian Penal Code, and such other section or sections as may be found
Patna High Court
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AIR 1967 Pat 166
- T Nath - Full Document
allegation regarding offence under Section 406 IPC also. Offence under Section 406 IPC is triable at the place where ... could be said that offence under Section 498-A and Section 406 in this case are the outcome of series
Delhi High Court
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2000 IIIAD Delhi 188
- A D Singh - Full Document
406 Indian Penal Code. Inherent powers of the High Court to quash a First Information Report on a complaint under ... jointly committed the offences under sections 405 and 406 Indian Penal Code. Thereupon respondent No. 1 filed Criminal Misc. Application
Supreme Court of India
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1985 AIR 628
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application mentioned Sections 411, 406 and 420 Indian Penal Code read with Section 120-B and Section ... Code read with Sections 420, 411 and 406 Indian Penal Code and Section 25 of the Antiquities and Art Treasures
Supreme Court of India
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1979 AIR 1791
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fulfill the ingredients of offence under Section 406 of the Indian Penal Code. Aforesaid submissions found favour with the High ... Sections 406 and 494 of the Indian Penal Code at this stage in exercise of the power under Section
Supreme Court of India
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jurisdiction under Section 482, CrPC and quash the FIR. He further submitted that a clear case under Section 406 ... under Section 420, then the same may be compounded. However, if the court is of the view that Section 406
Delhi High Court
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137 (2007) DLT 583
- B D Ahmed - Full Document
made out was under Section 420, I.P.C., and not under Section 406, I.P.C. This contention ... Court to restore the complaint for an offence under Section 406, I.P.C. it is not open
Madras High Court
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AIR 1936 Mad 353
- Cornish - Full Document
made out was under Section 420 Indian Penal Code, and not under 406 Indian Penal Code. "This contention was negatived ... restore the complaint for an offence under Section 406 Indian Penal Code, it is not open to me to challenge
Madras High Court
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(1936) 70 MLJ 635
- Cronish - Full Document
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