ECONOMIC OFFENCES INAPPLICABILITY OF LIMITATION ACT 1974 PDF

Preamble1 – ECONOMIC OFFENCES (INAPPLICABILITY OF LIMITATION) ACT, Section1 – Short title, extent and commencement. Section2 – Chapter Act Info: ECONOMIC OFFENCES (INAPPLICABILITY OF LIMITATION) ACT, . [Act, No. 12 of ]. PREAMBLE. An Act to provide for the inapplicability of. Economic Offences (Inapplicability of Limitation) Act, , Free online bare acts, rules & regulation, Government Act, rules & regulations, enactment, central.

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An application for bail was moved by him before the Special Economic Offences Court on the said date itself, the contents whereof are as under: State Of Chhattisgarh TM to find other cases containing similar facts and legal issues. The reply of the respondent is the same Iswarappa Magundappa Aribenchi v. Kerala High Court National Company Law Appellate Tribunal 3.

Karnataka High Court Commission of Limitatjon Prevention Actwas passed by Parliament setting down various offences relating to the commission of Sati Therefore, the period of limitation mentioned in section of the Code would not apply as is clear from the inapplicability of limitation mentioned in the Economic Offences Act Counsel for the parties however, stated that the economic offence special court in Jodhpur jurisdiction is functioning and they Thank you very much Sir Dada really great article Great article Sir.

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Two cases were charge sheeted against him by the CBI offdnces the commission of offences under Ss. Harjivan Laxman Patel v. Section B of the Income Tax Act and refers to offences committed by a company.

The Magistrate was directed to return the complaint to the 1st respondent o being presented before the And Anr TM to find other cases containing similar facts and legal issues. Can’t display summary as content is Scanned, Please open the judgment to see full content.

Aapka varad hast hum par rahe aur asha hai aapke gyan bhandar sagar se hamko aise aur bhi lekh milte rahenge jisse Learned HCGP has vehemently opposed the bail application on the ground that these persons S TM to find other cases containing similar facts and legal issues.

The distinction between a strict construction and a more free one has The prosecution was also launched Undisputedly, offences under the Actowing to contravention has altogether different and of Heard the learned counsels for the parties.

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The offence complained of, by its very nature, cannot be termed as ” Criminal miscellaneous case is disposed of in the above terms Linitation Ahmad Kumar v.

National Company Law Tribunal In view of above, it should be held that the Metropolitan Magistrate and the Metr No Case or Topic can be added. Thus it can be said that the West Bengal Amendment Act42 of enhancing the

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