As per your query, I've laid down the descripttion of all these offences down below, do have a look.
1.) Section 465, IPC (1860):- Section 465 of Indian Penal Code (IPC), deals with Punishment for Forgery.
This section states —"Whoever commits forgery shall be punished with imprisonment of either descripttion for a term which may extend to TWO YEARS, Or with FINE, Or with BOTH".
It's a NON-COMPOUNDABLE OFFENCE.
2.) Section 471, IPC (1860):- Section, 471 of the Indian Penal Code deals with usage of any forged document or electronic record as a Genuine Record.
The section further states — "Whoever fraudulently or dishonestly uses as genuine any document or electronic record which he knows or has reason to believe to be a forged document or electronic record, shall be punished in the same manner as if he had forged such document or electronic record".
The offence under section 471 is COGNIZABLE, NON-BAILABLE and NON-COMPOUNDABLE, and is triable by magistrate of the first class.
3.) Section 420, IPC (1860):- The section 420 of the Indian Penal Code deals with Cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property.
Section 420 further states that — "Whoever cheats and thereby dishonestly induces the person deceived to deliver any property to any person, or to make, alter or destroy the whole or any part of a valuable security, or anything which is signed or sealed, and which is capable of being converted into a valuable security, shall be punished with Imprisonment of either descripttion for a Term which may Extend To SEVEN YEARS, and shall Also be liable to FINE".
The offence committed under section 420 is a COGNIZABLE as well as NON-BAILABLE offence. However, In the case of 'Prem Narain Gupta V/s Shiva Prasad Aggarwal', the court held that - "An offence of Section 420 is COMPOUNDABLE but WITH PERMISSION of the COURT".