Section 396 CrPC

 

Section 396 CrPC in Hindi and English



Section 396 of CrPC 1973 :- 396. Disposal of case according to decision of High Court -

(1) When a question has been so referred, the High Court shall pass such order thereon as it thinks fit and shall cause a copy of such order to be sent to the Court by which the reference was made, which shall dispose of the case conformably to the said order.

(2) The High Court may direct by whom the costs of such reference shall be paid.



Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Case Law Related to Section 395 of Criminal Procedure Code 1973:

Smt. Deeksha Puri vs State Of Haryana on 16 October, 2012

Nanki Bhayna @ Ratan Bhayna & Ors vs The State Of West Bengal on 21 March, 2014

State Of Orissa vs Bishnu Charan Muduli on 10 May, 1985

Smt. Kantabai vs State Of M.P. on 7 July, 2021

Sri.Sagar S/O Tanaji Yaragatti, vs The State Of Karnataka, on 13 February, 2020

A.Jeyaraj vs State Represented By on 25 February, 2020

Sunil @ Sunil Kumar vs The State Of Karnataka on 22 May, 2014

Hanumantha vs The State on 18 September, 2012

Kalyani S/O Egappa @ Yogesh vs The State Of Karnataka on 7 October, 201

Arun Kumar @ Arun vs State By Jayanagara Police on 13 September, 2017



दंड प्रक्रिया संहिता 1973 की धारा 396 का विवरण :  - 396. उच्च न्यायालय के विनिश्चय के अनुसार मामले का निपटारा --

(1) जब कोई प्रश्न ऐसे निर्देशित किया जाता है तब उच्च न्यायालय उस पर ऐसा आदेश पारित करेगा जैसा वह ठीक समझे और उस आदेश की प्रतिलिपि उस न्यायालय को भिजवाएगा जिसके द्वारा वह निर्देश किया गया था और वह न्यायालय उस मामले को उक्त आदेश के अनुरूप निपटाएगा।

(2) उच्च न्यायालय निदेश दे सकता है कि ऐसे निदेश का खर्चा कौन देगा।



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