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Central Government Act Section 406 in The Indian Penal Code 406. Punishment for criminal breach of trust.—Whoever commits criminal
Central Government Act
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Central Government Act Section 406 in The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973 406. Power of Supreme Court to transfer cases
Central Government Act
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Succession Act Section 14 Indian Penal Code , sections 405 , 406 and 482 . Remedies open under law-Whether criminal remedy ... relations maintainability- Essential ingredients of an offence section 405 / 406 Indian Penal Code. Inherent powers of the High Court
Supreme Court of India
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property of property misappropriated. Criminal breach of trust, 406 The owner of the property where the value
Central Government Act
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Central Government Act Section 406 in The Companies Act, 1956 406. Application of sections 539 to 544 to proceedings under
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Section 406(2) (e) rule 42 of Taxation--Appeal against a tax or rateable value--Deposit of amount claimed condition ... deposited by the petitioners as required by s. 406 (2) (e) of the Corporations Act . The petitioners thereafter filed petitions
Supreme Court of India
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commit criminal breach of trust under section 406 of that Code in respect of the property, but that ... criminal breach of trust under the said section 406. (b) A is charged, under section 325 of the Indian Penal
Central Government Act
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Mehta under Section 120 B read with Sections 406 and 420 I.P.C. After completing the investigation a charge ... read with Section 420 , 411 and 406 I.P.C. and Section 25 of the Antiquities and Art Treasures
Supreme Court of India
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September, 1983 Equivalent citations: ILR 1984 Delhi 406 Author: Sachar Bench: R Sachar, J Chandra JUDGMENT Sachar, J. (1) This
Delhi High Court
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complaint was made for the offences under Sections 420 , 406 read with 34 IPC . The complaint proceeds that complainant ... purpose, we are concerned with Sections 405 , 406 , 420 and 34 IPC which read thus: "405. Criminal breach of trust
Supreme Court of India
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