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Ratanlal and Dhirajlal - The Code of Criminal Procedure

Ratanlal and Dhirajlal - The Code of Criminal Procedure

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Contents
I. Preliminary
II. Constitution of criminal courts and offices
III. Power of courts
IV. A. Powers of superior officers of police
     B. Aid to the magistrates and the police
V. Arrest of persons
VI. Processes to compel appearance
      A - Summons
      B - Warrant of Arrest
      C - Proclamation and attachment
      D - Other rules regarding processes
VII. Processes to compel the production of things
      A - Summons to produce
      B - Search-Warrants
      C - General provisions relating to searches
      D - Miscellaneous
VII-A. Reciprocal arrangements for assistance in certain matters and
          procedure for attachment and forfeiture of property
VIII. Security for keeping the peace and for good behaviour
IX. Order for maintenance of wives, children and parents
X. Maintenance of public order and tranquility
      A - Unlawful assemblies
      B - Public nuisances
      C - Urgent cases of nuisance
      D - Disputes as to immovable property
XI. Preventive action of the police
XII. Information to the police and their powers to investigate
XIII. Jurisdiction of the criminal courts in inquiries and trials
XIV. Conditions requisite for initiation of proceedings
XV. Complaints to magistrates
XVI. Commencement or proceedings before magistrates
XVII. The charges
          A - Form of Charges
          B - Joinder of Charges
XVIII. Trial before a court of session
XIX. Trial of warrant-cases by magistrates
          A - Cases instituted on a police report
          B - Cases instituted otherwise than on police report
          C - Conclusion of trial
XX. Trial of summons-cases by magistrates
XXI. Summary trials
XXII. Attendance of persons confined or detained in prisons
XXIII. Evidence in inquiries and trials
          A - Mode of taking and recording evidence
          B - Commissions for the examination of witnesses
XXIV. General provisions as to enquiries and trials
XXV. Provisions as to accused persons of unsound mind
XXVI. Provisions as to offences affecting the administration of justice
XXVII. The judgment
XXVIII. Submission of death sentences for confirmation
XXIX. Appeals
XXX. Reference and revision
XXXI. Transfer of criminal cases
XXXII. Execution, suspension, remission and commutation of sentences
          A - Death sentces
          B - Imprisonment
          C - Levy of fine
          D - General provisions regarding execution
          E - Suspension, Remission and Communication of Sentnces
XXXIII. Provisions as to Bail and Bonds
XXXIV. Disposal of Property
XXXV. Irregular Proceeding
XXXVI. Limitation for Taking Cognizance of Certain Offences
XXXVII. Miscellaneous
          The First Schedule - Classification of Offences
          Secong Schedule - Forms
Subject Index
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Authors Details
Ratanlal Ranchhoddas – B.A., LL.B., Advocate (O.S.), Bombay High Court
Dhirajlal Keshavlal Thakore – B.A., Of Linclon’s Inn, Barrister-at-Law Editor
B M Prasad is a practicing lawyer in the Supreme Court of India. He has been a member of the Bihar Superior Judicial Service. His articles on legal issues in civil, criminal and constitutional law have been published in leading journals. He has authored a commentary on the Commissions of Inquiry Act published by LexisNexis. He is also the revising editor of two editions of Mulla's Code of Civil Procedure, and the 15th edition of Mulla's Code of Civil Procedure (Abridged).
Manish Mohan is a practicing lawyer in the Supreme Court of India and has represented various governments, statutory bodies and corporate entities. He was elected as Treasurer of the Supreme Court Bar Association for two consecutive terms in 2008-09 and 2009-10. He has acted as an expert witness on Indian law before the Singapore High Court. He has co-authored a commentary on the Commissions of Inquiry Act. He is also the revising editor of the 18th Edition of Mulla's Code of Civil Procedure, and the 15th edition of Mulla's Code of Civil Procedure (Abridged).
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