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ACS.LLB. Gourav Khatri (Company Secretary)     28 March 2008

Compounding of Offence

Explain me the concept of Compounding of offence.


 6 Replies

Guest (n/a)     28 March 2008

dear there is provision of compounding of offences. In sec 320 c there is a list of offences which can be compounded

Guest (n/a)     28 March 2008

inorder to settle the petty offences compounding of offences provision is there in Cr.p.c Sec.320 .these are two types with the permission and without permission. N.S.R Advocate

Guest (n/a)     31 March 2008

The ofences when considered in the nature of compoundability is classified into offences compoundale without the permission of court and offences compoundable with the permission of the shedule to section 320 of Cr. Pc lay out a category of offences which are compoundable in nature . This shedule contain offences in the Indian Penal Code, when it comes to ofences under other statutes the nature of compounding is as in the way mentioned in the particular statue for eg; in companies act 621 A of the Companies Act,

SANJAY DIXIT (Advocate)     31 March 2008


harish sharma (LLB,(CA))     14 April 2008

hi friend. in any developing country it is not a easiest task to maintain law & Order with in the legal field there is new ressolution come s under which if the offence is not a serious nature then it comes under the compoundable nature .and their is no provision to approach to the Court for compoundable Offence. It means settlement of offence without court intervention.Example of such offence is like Traffioc signal jump etc. however list of this Offences is their in Sec.320 of CRPC.ok if u want any further query then contact with me on 9704083077.

Kiran Kumar (Lawyer)     14 April 2008

also read a latest Punjab and Haryana High court judgment titled Kulvinder Singh v/s State of Punjab reported in the last quarter of the year 2007........this judgment has provided a new direction the concept of compoundability of offences........various SC judgments have also been reffered therein.

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