Section 12 Press And Registration Of Books Act, 1867


Section 12 Press And Registration Of Books Act, 1867: 

Penalty for printing contrary to rule in section 3.— Whoever shall print or publish any book or paper otherwise than in conformity with the rule contained in section 3 of this Act, shall, on conviction before a Magistrate, be punished by fine not exceeding 1[two thousand] rupees, or by simple imprisonment for a term not exceeding 2[six months], or by both.

Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 12 Press And Registration Of Books Act, 1867:  

Biman Chandra Pachani vs State Of Assam on 12 May, 1970

Gauhati High Court 

Paras Dass Jain vs The State on 16 December, 1965

Punjab-Haryana High Courtt

Abdul Hakim vs State on 6 October, 1959

Allahabad High Court 

Emperor vs Dattatraya Malhar Bidkar on 13 August, 1936

Bombay High Court 

Chingangbam Gourahari Singh vs Union Territory Of Manipur on 12 June, 1961

Gauhati High Court 

Public Prosecutor, Andhra  vs T. Amrath Rao And Ors. on 4 September, 1959

Andhra High Court 

In Re: G. Alavandar vs Unknown on 24 October, 1956

Madras High Court 

V.S. Achuthanandan vs G. Kamalamma on 22 April, 2008

Kerala High Court 

Mrs. Pattammal Arumugam And Ors. vs The Chief Presidency Magistrate on 6 April, 1951

Madras High Court 

M.Sp.Subramaniam vs State By Sub Inspector Of Police

Madras High Court 

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