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jurisdiction of the High Court can be exercised to quash proceedings in a proper case either to prevent the abuse ... such power such be exercised to quash the criminal proceedings. Quashing of criminal cases involving non-compoundable offences
Delhi High Court
- Cites 76 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
High Court is denuded of its power to quash the proceedings in exercising its jurisdiction under Section ... Court under Section 482 of the Code to quash the proceedings in those offences which are uncompoundable has been recognized
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 32 - Cited by 1804 - Full Document
jurisdiction of the High Court can be exercised to quash proceedings in a proper case either to prevent the abuse ... categories of cases where the inherent jurisdiction to quash proceedings can and should be exercised are: (i) where it manifestly
Kerala High Court
- Cites 92 - Cited by 274 - Full Document
Jurisdiction of the High Court could be exercised to quash proceedings in a proper case either to prevent the abuse ... inherent jurisdiction could and should be exercised to quash proceedings: (i) where there was a legal bar against the institution
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 20 - Cited by 615 - Full Document
Court in exercise of its inherent powers could quash criminal proceedings or FIR or complaint and Section ... likelihood that non-exercise of inherent power to quash the proceedings to meet the ends of justice would prevent women
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 82 - Cited by 5336 - Full Document
High Court is denuded of its power to quash the proceedings in exercising its jurisdiction under Section ... Court under Section 482 of the Code to quash the proceedings in those offences which are uncompoundable has been recognized
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 27 - Cited by 96 - Full Document
CONSTITUTION: 19. The power of quashing the criminal proceedings has to be exercised very sparingly and with circumspection and that ... Apex Court held that criminal proceedings can be quashed but such power is to be exercised sparingly, carefully with caution
Allahabad High Court
- Cites 123 - Cited by 15 - Full Document
Court would have the power to quash criminal proceedings or an FIR or a complaint under Section 498A ... specifically give any power to the Court to quash proceedings as strictly construed in legal parlance. This power is derived
Bombay High Court
- Cites 137 - Cited by 14 - Full Document
restriction the High Court would certainly once again only quash proceedings in which cognizance has been taken by the court ... would do well to discipline itself not to undertake quashing proceedings at that stage in exercise of its inherent jurisdiction
Delhi High Court
- Cites 27 - Cited by 2 - Full Document
SECTION 482 OF CR.P.C. SEEKING TO QUASH THE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST PETITIONER INITIATED IN C.C.NO.1352/2012 ... SECTION 482 OF CR.P.C. SEEKING TO QUASH THE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST PETITIONER INITIATED IN C.C.NO.1237/2013
Karnataka High Court
- Cites 31 - Cited by 1 - Full Document
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