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Criminal Rules of Practice in Kerala

Criminal Rules of Practice in Kerala

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  • Author(s): Dominic Johnson, George Johnson
  • Brand: Em Tee En Publications
  • Edition: 11 Ed 2021
  • ISBN 10 8168058518
  • ISBN 13 9788168058514
  • Approx. Pages 216 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 18 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
Rules of practice is an important part of procedural law as it governs the steps to be followed in the Subordinate Courts. For Civil Courts, Civil Rules of Practice applies and for Criminal Courts, Criminal Rules of Practice applies. Though Criminal Procedure Code stipulates the procedure to be followed, it does not say anything about various aspects like the issue of summons to various persons, the presentation of pleadings, reports and documents, appointment of Pleaders, forms of affidavits etc. Practice in Criminal Courts cannot be successful without adequate knowledge in the Criminal Rules of Practice. Thus Rules of practice are indispensable for the Lawyers, Judges, Court staff and the litigants.
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Contents
•    The Criminal Rules of Practice, Kerala, 1982
•    Appendix I      -    Judicial Forms
•    Appendix II     -    Administrative Forms
•    Appendix II A  -    General Forms
•    Appendix II B  -    Rules Issued by the High Court the Kerala Court Fees and Suits Valuation Act, 1959
•    Appendix III     -    The Criminal Courts and Court-Martial (Adjustment of Jurisdiction) Rules, 1978
•    Appendix IV     -    Instructions Regarding the Service of Summons and Warrant, Arrest, Retention
                                     and Release of a Member of Parliament Etc.
•    Appendix V      -     Arrest - Detention and Release of MLAS - Instructions
•    Appendix VI     -    Records Destruction Rules
•    Legal Aid to Accused Rules, 1992
•     KeLSA (Legal Aid for Socio-Economically Challenged Dependants of Convicts) Scheme, 2017
•    Rules Framed by the Bar Council of India Under S.49 (1) (GG) of the Advocates' Act, 1961 Regarding
      Dress of Advocates
•    The Evening Courts (Kerala) Rules, 2011
•    Circulars Issued by the Hon'ble High Court of Kerala
•    Jurisdiction of Criminal Courts in Kerala
Circulars
Index

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