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Magistrate may prohibit repetition or connuance of public nuisance,. A District Magistrate or Sub- divisional Magistrate, or any other Executive ... order any person not to repeat or continue a public nuisance, as defined in the Indian Penal Code
Central Government Act
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Chapter”, “commencement”, “financial year”, “local authority”, ‘‘master”, “offence”, “part”, “public nuisance”, “registered”, “schedule”, “ship”, “sign”, “sub-section” and “writing” apply
Central Government Act
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premises is of such nature that it is a public nuisance or that it causes damage to, the premises
Central Government Act
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Section 268 in The Indian Penal Code 268. Public nuisance.—A person is guilty of a public nuisance who does ... have occasion to use any public right. A common nuisance is not excused on the ground that it causes some
Central Government Act
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Indian Penal Code 290. Punishment for public nuisance in cases not otherwise pro­vided for.—Whoever commits a public nuisance
Central Government Act
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armed forces other than an officer. B.- Public nuisances
Central Government Act
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under section 143, the repetition or continuance of a public nuisance; (j) makes an order under Part C or Part
Central Government Act
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time-bound basis. ^ HELD : 1. Wherever there is a public nuisance, the presence of s. 133 Criminal Procedure Code must ... cause danger to human health or safety. [109E] 5. Public nuisance, because of pollutants being discharged by big factories
Supreme Court of India
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1980 AIR 1622
- V Krishnaiyer - Full Document
Council or not; removing noxious vegetation, and abating all public nuisances: (c) disposing of night-soil and rubbish and preparation ... directly guilty of breach of duty and public nuisance and active neglect. The Sub Divisional Magistrate, Ratlam, was moved
Supreme Court of India
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AIR 1980 SC 1622
- K Iyer - Full Document
matter, learned SDM, Sakoli, held that the applicants proved public nuisance and physical discomfort to them. Consequently, learned SDM, Sakoli ... holding that the business of the non-applicant causes public nuisance. He further held that the learned SDM ignored
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 10 - Cited by 14 - A Pasayat - Full Document
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