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justruth (mr)     16 May 2010

INHERENT POWERS OF HIGH COURTS (Quashing of F.I.R)

 

5 people were charge sheeted and 3 acquitted individually,

Can high court, hearing a quash petition u/s482 to quash FIR, filed by one of two still charged, will/can the HC also quash  the second person although the second person was not a party of quash petition?  If it feels it’s misusing judiciary?

Should each person be acquitted individually?

Do we have any provision to add second person from the same charge sheet into the existing quash petition, without wasting time in issuing notices on quash to the opposite party? Or should both be dealt separately?

Can we file and implede petition? to add the second person



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 4 Replies

Daksh (Student)     17 May 2010

Dear Justruth,

The powers of High Court u/s 482 are very vast and for procedural reasons its affairs get regulated through High Court Rules under the circumstances if in case you mention the facts of the case we would be in a better position to answer your query more specifically.

Best Regards

Daksh

G. ARAVINTHAN (Legal Consultant / Solicitor)     18 May 2010

Relief can be given only to those who approach High Court

V.V.RAMDAS (Advocate)     20 May 2010

Dear Friend,

Your quarry is not clear. Please take pain to post it  in better manner.

PRAVEEN CHOUDHARY (SERVICE)     05 July 2010

IT IS DICRETIONARY POWER OF THE HIGH COURT. BUT YOU CAN GET RELIEF FROM THE HIGH COURT UNER SECTION 482. IT IS THE POWER OF THE HIGH COURT TO ADD OR ORDER FOR SEPRETE PETITION.


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