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Tej Narain Rajak   20 May 2021

limitation time

limitation time to file criminal appeal u/ s 101(5) jjb act 2015 in high court


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T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     21 May 2021

Any person who is convicted for the offence which is punishable with imprisonment of seven years or more on a trial held by session judge or held by another court may appeal to High Court.

The appeal before the high court from any decree or judgment passed by the subordinate court shall be made within 90 days from the date of the decree or the order but if the appeal is filed within 30 days before the high court which has passed the decree or the judgment. In case of seeking the review of a Judgment, the limitation period is 30 days and with respect to invoking the jurisdiction of the high court, the limitation period is 90 days.

Tej Narain Rajak   21 May 2021

it is no where mention that 30 days or 90 days limitation in jjb act 2015..and appeal has been filed in high court on henious offence..sir plj clearly may be stated..and other doubts relates to 102 jjb act 2015 in revisional jurisdiction in high court regarding limitation time

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