Time to fram the charge

tutor

How much time did lower court JFMC  can take to frame the charge in dowry case after police file chargesheet?

how much time is there legally for this?

 
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Worker

no fixed time frame.

depends upon facts - circumstances of each case.

 
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Fighter

It is mere formality.

 
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practicing advocate

There is no time for that, it depends on the court.

 
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Fighter

It is mere formality where in accuse says i am  not guilty and trial starts.

 
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Is there any Time Limit for Police to close the 498a & file chargesheet? or they can take years also?

I heard once 498a application is given by wife Police need to create chargesheet or their finding within 3 months.

 
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Worker

within 3 months ... only if accused is in custody - otherwise no fixed time limit.


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tutor

this query arise because in one case charge sheet filed in court in aug 09 but ouar lazy court not dare to discharge it or go for charge till now?

so here either accused get harrased by attending dates or enjoy  in otherway victim / applicant is not getting justice, Is this justice if they are getting the salary in lacks then why they need so long time in simple case also?

 
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Fighter

Depends on whether summons have been served to accuse. Also availability of judges.

 

Accuse's lawyer has to press for actions when there is no action from judge.

 
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tutor

Originally posted by : Never Give Up


Depends on whether summons have been served to accuse.

NO summons issued till now

Also availability of judges.

judge is available but saying that she had not read file as file is too large she is just passing time,

Accuse's lawyer has to press for actions when there is no action from judge.

lawyer says if we press they she will give any irrelevant order of dismiss application and we cant do anything we go for appeal but there also wastage of time and same scenioro

 
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