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Central Government Act Section 218 in The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973 218. Separate charges for distinct offences
Central Government Act
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filed an application under Sections 216 , 218 , 184 , 186 and 300 Cr. P. C. before the trial court. However ... Part B, of Sections 218 to 224 Cr. P. C. We shall deal with each of the parts separately. Form
Rajasthan High Court
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both murders is against the provisions of Section 218 , Cr. P.C. Since the alleged murders were committed ... same transaction. Hence neither provisions of Section 218 , Cr. P.C. have been violated nor it is a case
Rajasthan High Court
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should be tried separately in terms of Section 218 Cr.P.C. Pleading that the petitioner has been falsely implicated ... violation of the provisions of Section 218 Cr.P.C. Section 218 makes a provision for separate charges for distinct
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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Cr.P.C . is an enabling section containing an exception of S.218 Cr. P.C. Allegations herein ... 218 Cr. P.C. and hence no necessity to get the assistance of S. 220 Cr. P.C. Only
Kerala High Court
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next section to be considered is Section 218(1) Cr.P.C, which says, for every distinct offence of which ... proviso to sub clause (1) of Section 218 of Cr.P.C will not be attracted. Even
Madras High Court
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wrongly held that in terms of Section 218 Cr.P.C, the charge under the Punjab Excise Act could ... that it is provided in terms of Section 218 Cr.P.C that for every distinct offence of which
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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Bhuchar and accused Sudhir Kumar Marwaha U/s 218 Cr.P.C . 2. Briefly stated, it is averred ... Cr.P.C and Section 120 (A) I.P.C. Section 218 Cr.P.C . - Separate charges for distinct offences
Delhi District Court
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Supreme Court of India Kamalanantha And Ors vs State Of Tamil Nadu on 5 April
Supreme Court of India
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Criminal Procedure Code are to be considered. Evidently, Section 219 of the Criminal Procedure Code cannot stand ... considering the scope of Sections 218 , 219 and 220(1) of Cr.P.C. with reference to the offences under
Madras High Court
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