when to use perjury?


What is correct time to use perjury in 498a case?

Is there any punishment for false statements, under oath, in court?

 
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Legal Enthusiast

Hello,

when do you have sufficeint proof that other party willfully concealed something which can cause gross injustice.

you should file before other party correct it.

yes court can impose punishment as well as fine.

 

 

regards-

rahul.gogreen@gmail.com

 
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member and secretory

anytime.

max.7 years jail ,if perjury proved

 
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Bhasin Legal Consultants(SOLICITORS & ADVOCATES) bhasin.laws@yahoo.com 9811210505

Dear Simmi,

There are specific sections when somebody gives false statement before court under oath. It is punishable offence.

 

Rajiv Bhasin

Advocate

Bhasin & Associates

bhasin.laws@yahoo.com

 
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Does hiding age in 125 attract perjury ?
 
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Legal Enthusiast

Perjury means lying under oath.

@ZEESHAN it depends on facts and circumstances of case.

go through the main ingredients of perjury then find out whether it will be fit in your case or not

 

regards-

rahul.gogreen@gmail.com.

 
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Advocate/Attorney

Section 191 to 199 deals with false evidence and offences against public justice.  The punishment is upto 7 years. But depending upon gravity of the offence, it may differ from case to case.

 
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@experts

1) Can a perjury case be filed DURING the trial of original case? Is it necessary that the perjury be identified/proved in the original case

2) What if there are strong evidences against FIR/chargesheet allegations? Can a perjury case be filed in parallel with the original case

 
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member and secretory

yes,perjury case be filed DURING the trial of original case.in fact high court , p& haryana highcourt said in a case that perjury should be decided first.regards


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could you pl provide relevant Punjab & haryana High Court judgement reference pl.

 
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