Section 471 CrPC

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Section 471 of CrPC 1973 :- 471. Exclusion of date on which Court is closed -

Where the period of limitation expires on a day when the Court is closed, the Court may take cognizance on the day on which the Court reopens.

Explanation - A Court shall be deemed to be closed on any day within the meaning of this section, if, during its normal working hours, it remains closed on that day.




Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Case Law Related to Section 471 of Criminal Procedure Code 1973:

Sau. Saraswatibai vs Lalitabai on 22 January, 2019

Legal Remembrancer Of Govt. Of vs Haridas Mundra on 9 December, 1975

Kamlapati Trivedi vs State Of West Bengal on 13 December, 1978

Darshan Singh Ram Kishan vs State Of Maharashtra on 2 September, 1971

State Of West Bengal vs Bejoy Kumar Bose Etc. Etc on 7 December, 1977

State Of Maharashtra vs Sk. Bannu And Shankar on 12 September, 1980

Kanpur Development Authority vs Smt. Sheela Devi & Ors. Etc on 28 November, 2003

M. Viswanathan vs M/S.S.K.Tiles & Potteries  on 25 November, 2008

Indresh Kumar vs Ram Phal & Ors on 6 January, 2010

Paramjeet Batra vs State Of Uttarakhand & Ors on 14 December, 2012



दंड प्रक्रिया संहिता 1973 की धारा 471 का विवरण :  - 471. जिस तारीख को न्यायालय बंद हो उस तारीख का अपवर्जन --

यदि परिसीमा-काल उस दिन समाप्त होता है जब न्यायालय बंद है तो न्यायालय उस दिन संज्ञान कर सकता है जिस दिन न्यायालय पुनः खुलता है ।

स्पष्टीकरण -- न्यायालय उस दिन इस धारा के अर्थान्तर्गत बंद समझा जाएगा जिस दिन अपने सामान्य काम के घंटों में वह बंद रहता है। 



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