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Saxena and Gaur's Arms and Explosives With Arms Rules 2016

Saxena and Gaur's Arms and Explosives With Arms Rules 2016

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  • Author(s): Justice V.K. Chaturvedi
  • Publisher: Law Publishers (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Edition: 12 Ed 2022
  • ISBN 10 8171110924
  • Approx. Pages 1084 + contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 18 cms
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As Amended upto Arms Third (Amendment) Rules, 2020 G.S.R. 625 (E) Dt. 8th October, 2020
Being an Analytical and Critical Commentary on the Arms Act & Rules, Explosives Act & Rules & Explosives
Substance Act & Ammonium Nitrate Rules, 2012
[As Amended by G.S.R. 608(E), Dated 31st August 2021]
Alongwith Model Forms of Charges & SeveralUseful Appendices

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Book Description
The Arms Act, 1959 was enacted to consolidate and amend the law relating to Arms and Ammunition. The Arms Act, 1959 and Rules made thereunder regulate the acquisition, possession, use, manufacture, transfer, sale, export and import of arms and ammunition and punishment for contravention of the provisions of the Act, in order to curb illegal weapons and violence stemming from them. The law enforcement agencies indicate growing nexus between possession of illegal firearms and commission of criminal offence. With the advancement in technology. Besides over the years, the fire power and sophistication of illegal firearms have increased significantly. The trans-border dimensions of illegal arms trafficking are causing threat to internal security and to prevent the usage of illicit firearms so trafficked has also become a prime concern. To effectively curb crimes related to or committed by using illegal firearms and to provide effective deterrence against violation of law, there was an urgent need to strengthen the existing legislative framework by making appropriate amendments in the Arms Act, 1959. There was also a requirement for rationalising and facilitating the licensing procedures for use of fire arms by individuals and sport persons. In order to implement these measures effectively, the Arms (Amendment) Act, 2019 (48 of 2019) was enacted and enforced from 14th December, 2019. The Arms Rules 2016 has also been amended by G.S.R. 11(E), dated 3rd January, 2020, G.S.R. 108(E), dated 12th February, 2020 and G.S.R. 625(E), dated 9th October, 2020. All the amendments made till date have been suitably incorporated to their respective places.
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Contents
Part I
    The Arms Act, 1959
    The Arms Rules, 2016
Part II
    The Explosives Act, 1884
    The Explosives Rules, 2008
    The Explosive Substances Act, 1908
Part III – Appendices
1.    The Indian Arms Act, 1878
2.    Indian Penal Code, 1860 (Extracts)
3.    The Static and Mobile Pressure Vessels (Unfired) Rules, 1981
4.    The Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act, 1984
5.    The Terrorist-Affected Areas (Special Courts) Act, 1984
6.    Rules Regulating the Handling of Explosives in the Port of Calcutta
7.     Rules Regulating the Handling of Explosives in the Port of Bombay
8.    Rules Regulating the Handling of Explosives in the Port of Madras
9.    The Coalmines Regulations, 1957 (Extracts)
10.  Metalliferous Regulations, 1961 (Extracts)
11.  List of Authorised Explosives Specified in Schedule Annexed
12.  List of Testing Officers
13.  Additional conditions—Licencing in Form "I" for gun-powder
       factory in the districts of Hazaribagh and Dhanbad in Bihar and
       Asansol sub-division in West Bengal
14.  Additional Conditions for licences in Form "J"
15.  Additional conditions—Licence in Form "L" in the districts of Hazaribagh and
       Dhanbad in Bihar and Asansol sub-division in West Bengal
16.  Form of Account of Explosives
17.  Specification of Explosives Van
18.  Specification for a Motor Lorry for the Carriage of Explosives
19.  Some of the Important Recommendations made in the British Standard Code of
       Practice CP. 326 110 (1948) – General Service – Protection of Structures against
       Lightning issued by the British Standard Institution
20.  Post and Telegraph Guide (Relevant Extracts)
21.  Aircraft Rules, 1937 (Relevant Extracts)
22.  Madras Government Order for possession without licence
23.  Bombay Government Order for possession without licence
24.  Supervision of Explosives premises
25.  Gas Cylinder Rules, 2004
26.  Ammonium Nitrate Rules, 2012
Index
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Author Details
Saxena and Gaur
With a Foreword to the 11th Edition by
Hon'ble Justice Shri V.K.Chaturvedi, Judge, High Court, Prayagraj (Now Retd. )

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