Its ipc 406 bailable or non bailable?

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(Querist)
09 December 2011

Wikipedia list IPC 406 as bailable. Whereas other sites list it as non bailable. Confirm please on the issue. Thanks..

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prabhakar singh (Expert)
09 December 2011

ndian Penal Code (IPC)

Section 406. Punishment for criminal breach of trust


Whoever commits criminal breach of trust shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years, or with fine, or with both.

CLASSIFICATION OF OFFENCE

Punishment—Imprisonment for 3 years and fine, or both—
Cognizable

Non-bailable

Triable by Magistrate of the first class

Compoundable by the owner of the property in respect of which breach of trust has been committed, with the permission of the court.


Shailesh Kr. Shah (Expert)
09 December 2011

Non-bailable

Rajeev Kumar (Expert)
09 December 2011

Cognizable and non- bailable

Manav Kalia (Querist)
09 December 2011

Thanks to all the above responses to clarifying this.. :-)

prabhakar singh (Expert)
09 December 2011

You are most welcome dear mirage!!!!!

Devajyoti Barman (Expert)
Click to Talk
09 December 2011

It is non bailable.

Shonee Kapoor (Expert)
09 December 2011

:-) NON BAILABLE EVERY WHERE IN INDIA.

Someone would have made mistake on WIKI

Regards,

Shonee Kapoor
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V R SHROFF (Expert)
09 December 2011

IPC 406 is punishment sec for offence of breach of trust defined in ipc u/s 405. Punishable upto max 3 years
non BAILABLE, COGNIZABLE AND NON COMPOUNDABLE, UNLESS AMT INVOLVED IS LESS THAN Rs. 250/-

Manav Kalia (Querist)
10 December 2011

Thanks guys.. :-)

Shailesh Kr. Shah (Expert)
10 December 2011

Most welcome!

raj kumar makkad (Expert)
10 December 2011

You have not mentioned about other sites whereas this is otherwise mentioned.

raj kumar makkad (Expert)
10 December 2011

Shah always waits for thanks and do not forget to write welcome.

Manav Kalia (Querist)
10 December 2011

I googled IPC 406 and found various sites. All of them had it as non bailable apart from wikipedia which says it's bailable. Hence just wanted to confirm this. Thanks very much guys.. :-)

prashant pundhir (Expert)
10 December 2011

Sec. 406 IPC is non bailable and if the amount of beach of trust exceeds more then 500Rs/-,it is non-compoundable too .

Sri Vijayan.A (Expert)
11 December 2011

One more thing, i want to add.
The bail is at the discretion of Court.

The wordings Bailable, Non-bailable are guide lines.

Manav Kalia (Querist)
11 December 2011

Thanks @ vijayan..



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