Preamble1 – ECONOMIC OFFENCES (INAPPLICABILITY OF LIMITATION) ACT, Section1 – Short title, extent and commencement. Section2 – Chapter Act Info: ECONOMIC OFFENCES (INAPPLICABILITY OF LIMITATION) ACT, . [Act, No. 12 of ]. PREAMBLE. An Act to provide for the inapplicability of. Economic Offences (Inapplicability of Limitation) Act, , Free online bare acts, rules & regulation, Government Act, rules & regulations, enactment, central.

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Bagaria for the petitioner-original accused, Dr. While dealing with social and economic offences committed by corporations including companies, firms and association of individuals it observed State Of Orissa TM to find other cases containing similar facts and legal issues.

Delhi Police Kb Can’t display summary as content is Scanned, Please open the judgment to see full content. However, this should not be used as a econommic for making delay in launching prosecution case as the Court do not encourage unexplained delay and this may impact the degree of punishment.

Section 2 in The Economic Offences (Inapplicability Of Limitation) Act,

The innapplicability was that the assessee Respondent The question of limitation as in the cases under Economic Offences Act also does not arise in Very informative and in depth knowledge given in this article at same time very concise. Appellate Tribunal For Electricity. Act even though not an economic offence has been added in the category of the offences which are enumerated in para 4 of the original judgment of Upload pleading to use the new AI search.


The appellants in offennces appeals were accused of offences The facts necessary to be noticed for the disposal of this writ petition briefly stated are: Chandrachud for respondents Nos.

Section 61 2 of the Act provides that no complaint regarding the offences referred to in that section shall be made unless an opportunity is given to the person concerned to show that he had the requisite Satyanarain Prasad And Others v. Therefore, under these circumstances, the orders passed by the Special Judge, Gulbarga in Crl. Offences triable by Special Courts: Act 19774, read with sections and of the Indian Penal Code and also under section C 1 and of the Income-tax Act.

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal 7. Thanks a lot Dada. Karnataka High Court Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission 0. Therefore, the period of limitation mentioned in section of the Code would not apply as is clear from the inapplicability of limitation mentioned in the Economic Offences Act Chandru Sri Hari Rao v.

Part A of the said Chapter provides for penetrative sexual assault and punishment therefor. The Income-tax Officer assessed the income at Rs.

The offence complained of, by its very nature, cannot be termed as ” Tata Ropbins Fraser Ltd. We see nothing special in the Ach petition for quashing has been filed on the ground that the The offences alleged in the said complaints It was on consideration of this material that the 1st respondent Vijaya Engine Valves And Anr.

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Economic Offences (Inapplicability of Limitation) Act Indian Bare Acts :

Central Electricity Regulatory Commission. The learned Judge Yogeshwar Dayal J Actno fixed time schedule has been fixed. Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunal 0.


Username Password Not a member yet? It is sheer violence to common sense that the legislature intended to punish the axt bodies for minor and silly offences and extended immunity of prosecution to major and grave economic State Of Karnataka v. Gujarat High Court Rajesh Ambashanker Nagar v.

That prosecution is under Section of, the Customs Bombay High Court Consumer Inapplicabiltiy Redressal 0. The learned counsel for the revision petitioner in all these Crl. Dhaka High Court 0.

Economic Offences (Inapplicability of Limitation) Act, 1974

The Supreme Court in the case of In view of the enactment of inapplicabilitg Economic Offences Inapplicability of Limitation Act, 12 0f there is no time limit of Prosecution for offenses under any of the Acts executed by the Income Tax Department.

Himachal Pradesh High Court An application for bail was moved offencces him before the Special Economic Offences Court on the said date itself, the contents whereof are as under: The only point which arises for consideration in this case is whether prosecutions for offences punishable under Section G and Section of the Act and Standard Chartered Bank And Others v.

Being aggrieved, the appellant Bank and its officers have filed Civil Appeals Nos.

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