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Fair Market Value of Properties under PMLA (AML Laws)

On the treatment of Fair Market Value under PMLA, the High Court of Madras, in the case of B. Rama Raju, S/o B. Ramalinga Raju Vs. Union of India (UOI), [MANU/TN/1696/2011]; [(2012)1MLJ419], held that

“……….. It is therefore clear that where a property is provisionally attached

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Benami Transactions - Law In India

The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act, 1988 was amended by the Benami Transaction (Prohibition) Amendment Act, 2016, whereby substantial provisions were added to the existing Act to give more powers to the authorities to curb Benami Transactions and confiscate Benami Properties. The Benami Transaction (Prohibition) Amendment Act 2016, inter alia, expanding the

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FLOW CHART-EXPLAINING THE PROCESS OF ATTACHMENT OF BENAMI PROPERTY AND ITS ADJUDICATION UNDER BENAMI TRANSACTIONS (PROHIBITION) AMENDMENT ACT, 2016 ATTACHMENT, ADJUDICATION & CONFISCATION UNDER BENAMI TRANSACTIONS (PROHIBITION) AMENDMENT ACT, 2016

FLOW CHART-EXPLAINING THE PROCESS OF ATTACHMENT OF BENAMI PROPERTY AND ITS ADJUDICATION UNDER BENAMI TRANSACTIONS (PROHIBITION) AMENDMENT ACT, 2016 ATTACHMENT, ADJUDICATION & CONFISCATION UNDER BENAMI TRANSACTIONS (PROHIBITION) AMENDMENT ACT, 2016k

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PROCESS OF TRIAL OF CRIMINAL CASES IN INDIA (Flow Chart*)

India has a well-established statutory, administrative and judicial framework for criminal trials. Indian Penal laws are primarily governed by 3 Acts:

 

  1. The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Cr.P.C.);
  2. The Indian Penal Code, 1960 (IPC);
  3. The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 (IEA).

Cr.P.C. is a comprehensive and exhaustive procedural law for conducting a criminal trial in

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Can Additional Evidence, whether Oral or Documentary or in any other form, at an appellate or any other stage : Section 391 of the CrPC (Criminal Procedure Code), dilutes the Section 300 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973

Section 391 of the CrPC (Criminal Procedure Code), dilutes the Section 300 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, and the message given by judicial interpretation is loud and clear, i.e. Additional Evidence, whether Oral or Documentary or in any other form can be taken.

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