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HK_Jain... (498a Fighter)     17 August 2013

Is it mandatory to appear all of accused during quashing?

Dear Experts

I need to ask a question regarding Quashing.

Case status:

Divorce has been passed by Mutual consent and all other cases have been withdrew as per MOU.

Now Its time to go for Quashing at HC.


In FIR, A1 to A5 are accused, Is it mandatory to appear all of accused during quashing?


Please reply, case is before Delhi HC.


Thanks and regards




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adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (practicing advocate)     17 August 2013

No it is not necessary.
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Nadeem Qureshi (Advocate/ nadeemqureshi1@gmail.com)     18 August 2013

no it is not mandatory

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HK_Jain... (498a Fighter)     18 August 2013

Thanks Nadeem Sir and Raju Sir.

Deepak (Agent)     21 August 2013

Respected Expert                     Date Dt. 21/08/2013

I required guidance in following matter.

The Session Court passed following order i.e.

1) The original Accused no. 2 discharged for the offence under section 498(a) 506, r/w 34 IPC,

2) Inform trial court accordingly.

Please inform is it mandatory to appear accused no. 2 in trial court to submit the said order?

Or Advocate who on record can submit the attested copy of the Session Court on behalf A.No2 ?

Waiting for early reply. With warm regards.


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