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Anandakumara MB (Lawyer)     02 November 2009

Condoning the delay in CrPC

The delay of 8yrs can be condoned in the Criminal IPC 307?,  By bonafide reasons



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aruntrivedi (lawyer)     02 November 2009

If there are bona fide reasons that any reason can be condoned.

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Anandakumara MB (Lawyer)     02 November 2009

Dear Sir,

Any Citation for the perticularly for such case.Please give the reference for the same..

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Anish goyal (Advocate)     02 November 2009

No limitation period is provided in such case. But it will be hard to prove the case after such a long period. And also court will be very carefully in dealing with such a case
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anil kumar (service)     02 November 2009

Mr. Anandkumara,

Your query is not clear as to condonation of delay. Moreover, the Section referred to is inapplicable either of IPC or Cr.PC. Please elaborate? 

Raj Kumar Makkad (Adv P & H High Court Chandigarh)     02 November 2009

There is very little chances to condone in such matters becuase law of crime is based upon beyond any reasonable doubt and delay itself creats much doubt.

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Anandakumara MB (Lawyer)     02 November 2009

 challenging the committal court order, for given -up the accused with out any reports from IO or Complainant. Not taken the congnizance against accused, Who shown in Col No 2 of the chargesheet.

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Sachin Bhatia (Advocate)     02 November 2009

Depends upon the reasons for delay of 8yrs.

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Anandakumara MB (Lawyer)     02 November 2009

The reason is Complainant assumed that seperate case was registered for the given-up accused, and Complainant has no knowledge of Crinpical precedings. The accused not secured to court after issue of NBW and given-up in committal court.

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Anandakumara MB (Lawyer)     02 November 2009

Is these reasons are sufficient or any other probabale  reasons??

Adv. Subhadeep Saha (Lawyer.)     18 October 2011

I WOULD SAY IT WOULD ONLY DEPEND UPON THE JUDGE. 


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