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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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maintainability- Essential ingredients of an offence section 405 / 406 Indian Penal Code. Inherent powers of the High Court to quash ... jointly committed the offences under sections 405 and 406 Indian Penal Code. Thereupon respondent No. 1 filed Criminal Misc. Application
Supreme Court of India
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CrPC and quash the FIR. He further submitted that a clear case under Section 406 IPC was made ... Indian Oil Corporation v. NEPC (supra), a transaction involving hypothecation did not amount to entrustment and, therefore, Section 406 IPC
Delhi High Court
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against Mohit Gupta and his father and under Section 406 IPC against Mohit Gupta and his mother, were ... learned Metropolitan Magistrate, however, framed the charges under Section 406 IPC against Mohit Gupta and his mother
Delhi High Court
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Police Station Naraina, under Section 498A / 406 / 34 Indian Penal Code (In short IPC ) against ... Section 498-A and 304-B in the Indian Penal Code . 5. The proceedings taken up by the Crime Against
Delhi High Court
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offence under Indian Penal Code much less for the offence under Section 406 , IPC . Besides the aforesaid ... Indian Penal Code since the Employees Provident Fund Scheme is a self contained statute and the penal provisions under Section
Jharkhand High Court
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After investigation, a charge-sheet was filed under section 406 IPC and the trial court took cognizance under ... section 406 IPC vide its order dated 16.02.2002. The petitioner filed a criminal writ in this court
Delhi High Court
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were Section 120B read with Section 420 and 406 Indian Penal Code while the offences alleged in the second case ... Penal Code read with Sections 420 , 411 and 406 Indian Penal Code and Section 25 of the Antiquities
Supreme Court of India
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under Section 498A , IPC as well as 406 IPC . 3. The allegations in brief are that ... either offence under Section 498A IPC or 406 IPC . Neither such an act or conduct
Delhi High Court
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Section 420 , I.P.C ., and not under Section 406 , I.P.C . This contention was negatived, and their Lordships ... restore the complaint for an offence under Section 406 , I.P.C . it is not open to me to challenge
Madras High Court
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