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Ratanlal and Dhirajlal : The Code of Criminal Procedure

Ratanlal and Dhirajlal : The Code of Criminal Procedure

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  • Author(s): K.Kannan
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  • Edition: 23 Ed 2020
  • ISBN 13 9789388548854
  • Approx. Pages 1129 + Contents
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Description
The present book was authored 87 years back by Ratanlal and Dhirajlal as a detailed commentary on the Criminal Procedure Code, 1898. The Code was improved and re-enacted in 1973 with effect from 1-4-1974. Procedural criminal law in India finds space in Entry 2 of the Concurrent List (List III) of the Constitution and as per Art. 246(2), the legislating power on procedural criminal law lies in the domain of both Parliament and the State Legislature. Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, therefore carries amendments supplanted both by state legislatures for their territorial jurisdiction and by the Parliament for entire country. 21 editions of this book containing a celebrated commentary on the subject have so far received an overwhelming welcome response from the bar, the bench, researchers, professionals, academicians and students of law. The commentary is unique in its precision, carries easy readability, critical analysis and has been throughout appreciated for its authenticity.
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Contents
I.      Preliminary (section 1-5)
II.     Constitution of Criminal Courts and Offices (section 6-25A)
III.    Power of Courts (section 26-35)
IV. A - Powers of Superior Officers of Police (Ss. 36-40)
     B - Aid to the Magistrates and the Police
V.    Arrest of Persons (Ss. 41-60A)
VI.   Processes to Compel Appearance (Ss. 61-90)
    A - Summons
    B - Warrant of Arrest
    C - Proclamation and Attachment
    D - Other Rules Regarding Processes
VII.    Processes to Compel the Production of Things (Ss. 91-105)
    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 (Ss. 105A-105L)
VIII.   Security for keeping the Peace and for Good Behaviour (Ss. 106-124)
IX.     Order for Maintenance of wives Children and Parents (Ss. 125-128)
X.      Maintenance of Public order and Tranquility (Ss. 129-148)
    A - Unlawful Assemblies
    B - Public Nuisances
    C - Urgent Cases of Nuisance or Apprehended Danger
    D - Disputes as to Immovable Property
XI.    Preventive Action of the Police (Ss. 149-153)
XII.   Information to the Police and their Powers to Investigate (Ss. 154-176)
XIII.  Jurisdiction of the Criminal Courts in Inquiries and Trials (Ss. 177-189)
XIV.  Conditions Requisite for Initiation of Proceedings (Ss. 190-199)
XV.   Complaints to Magistrates (Ss. 200-203)
XVI.  Commencement of Proceedings before Magistrates (Ss. 204-210)
XVII.  The Charge (Ss. 211-224)
    A - Form of Charges
    B - Joiner of Charges
XVIII.  Trial before a Court of Session (Ss. 225-237)
XIX.   Trial of Warrant--cases by Magistrates (Ss. 238-250)
    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 (Ss. 251-259)   
XXI.   Summary Trials (Ss. 260-265)
XXIA. Plea Bargaining (Ss. 265A-265L)
XXII.  Attendance of Persons Confined or Detained in Prisons (Ss. 266-271)
XXIII. Evidence in Inquiries and Trials (Ss. 272-299)
    A - Mode of Taking and Recording Evidence
    B - Commissions for the Examination of Witnesses
XXIV. General Provisions as to Enquiries and Trials (Ss. 300-327)
XXV.  Provisions as to accused persons of unsound mind (Ss. 328-339)
XXVI.  Provisions as to Offences Affecting the Administration of Justice (Ss. 340-352)
XXVII.  The Judgment (Ss. 353-365)
XXVIII.  Submission of Death Sentences for Confirmation (Ss. 366-371)
XXIX.  Appeals (Ss. 372-394)
XXX.   Reference and Revision (Ss. 395-405)
XXXI.  Transfer of Criminal Cases (Ss. 406-412)
XXXII. Execution, Suspension,Remission and Commutation of Sentences (Ss. 413-435)
    A - Death Sentences
    B - Imprisonment
    C - Levy of Fine
    D - General Provisions Regarding Execution
    E - Suspension, Remission and Commutation of Sentences
XXXIII.  Provisions as to Bail and Bonds (Ss. 436-450)
XXXIV. Disposal of Property (Ss. 451-459)
XXXV.  Irregular Proceedings (Ss. 460-466)
XXXVI.  Limitation for Taking Cognizance of Certain offences (Ss. 467-473)
XXXVII. Miscellaneous (Ss. 474-484)
The first Schedule -- Classification of Offences
Second Schedule -- Forms
Summary
Subject Index
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