Civil Procedure Code (CPC)

498a


I wanted to know  is  it  important  for  members who are  named in 498/A   and  summons  issued by Court  to be physically preant for Bail Application, and can we  get the stay  on the Non-bailable warrants  from high court. 

 
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Yes.    Presence in person is sine qua non.

Once a warrant is issued, there's no other go except surrendering before the Court.

The Court needn't necessarily send the person to remand.     It may recall the warrant.

Anticipatory Bail can't be granted once a warrant is issued.

I  -- and -- only I have a peculiar opinion about non bailable warrants.       A warrant is a warrant.      Neither bailable nor non bailable warrants.        Only bailable and non bailable offences.

I beg the members to attack me.

 
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