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raajarajane (member)     30 August 2009

section 301(2) of criminal procedure

whether a defacto complainant has right to oppose anticipatory or bail application filed by accused. If so under what provisions. Kindly also enlist list of citations in this regard.


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Vijay Kumar (Advocate)     30 August 2009

Sir, practically speaking, the de facto complainant is always allowed to oppose the bail application.

PARTHA P BORBORA (advocate)     31 August 2009

yes he has a right to oppose a bail application

Adinath@Avinash Patil (advocate)     03 September 2009

complainant have right to oppose bail application

Shivasurya (Lawyer)     04 September 2009

You can can Intervene Petition u/s. 301(2) Cr.P.C. through a lawyer and strongly object the anticipatory bail application, but granting or declining anticipatory bai is fully discretionary power of the Sessions Court/Highcourt

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