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Central Government Act Section 320 in The Indian Penal Code 320. Grievous hurt.—The following kinds of hurt only
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Central Government Act Section 320 in The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973 320. Compounding of offences. (1) The offences punishable
Central Government Act
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offence in terms of its power under Section 320(6) Cr.P.C. by the High Court as an Appellate ... dockets. 9. In addition, the question as to whether Section 320(9) Cr.P.C. which prohibits "compounding
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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Katju, was a member to the last two decisions. Section 320 , Cr.P.C . mentions certain offences as compoundable, certain ... Court, and the other offences as non- compoundable vide Section 320(7) . Section 420 , IPC , one of the counts
Supreme Court of India
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would amount to grievous hurt within the meaning of section 320 of the Indian Penal Code ... would amount to grievous hurt within the meaning of section 320 of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860), then
Central Government Act
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under Section 307 is not compoundable in terms of Section 320(9) of the Code of Criminal Procedure ... that merely because an offence is non-compoundable under Section 320 of the Code would not mean that the High
Supreme Court of India
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that the offences complained of were not compoundable under Section 320 of the Code. The objection taken in the said ... distinction between compounding an offence as permitted under Section 320 CrPC and quashing of the complaint or criminal proceedings under
Supreme Court of India
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counsel for the parties and perused the impugned order. Section 320 of the Cr.P.C. enlists offences that ... Section 354 of the IPC is in terms of Section 320(2) of the Code compoundable at the instance
Supreme Court of India
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under Section 307 is not compoundable in terms of Section 320(9) of the Code of Criminal Procedure ... that merely because an offence is non-compoundable under Section 320 of the Code would not mean that the High
Supreme Court of India
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relation to any offence which is compoundable under section 320 or any offence punishable with imprisonment for a term
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