Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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lostkite   22 December 2016

S437a bail

State filed Appeal against acquittal after appeal period.i.e., 90 days 

i haven't withdrawn bail bond sureties from trial court after appeal period. it is still there in the court.

delay is more than 6 months from the judgement day filed condone delay petition. 

So whether do i have to furnish new bonds ? or the old ones OK ?

Could someone give inputs into S437A in this scenerio?


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lostkite   22 December 2016

2 of them are on 437 crpc by MM Court

1 of them are on 438 crpc AB by high court

For Info in regards to the above post 

Ms.Usha Kapoor (CEO)     23 December 2016

Unless any one or more surities apply for discharge new surity or surities are required. Otherwise old three surities are enough. Accused also should issue a statement of his solvency and surities about their solvency in affdavit form to add strenght to the surity and bail bonds.If  you appreciate this answer please give me a like on my profile.

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lostkite   23 December 2016

Thanks USHA 

that means i dont have any furnish bail bonds and sureties , means old ones are enough ?

Or do i have to do anything more? what do you mean issue solvency?

I have elders in this case some of them are on 437 bail and others are 438 Bail from high court. whats the validity of these bails.

Ms.Usha Kapoor (CEO)     23 December 2016

solvency means adequate financial capacity  to meet the surity's liability.Take AFFIDAVITS FROM SURITIES (all three of them) that they have adequate solvency to meet the surity's liability under the bail bond.

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