Section 15 Public Gambling Act, 1867

 Section 15 Public Gambling Act, 1867: 


Penalty for subsequent offence.—Whoever, having been convicted of an offence punishable under section 3 or section 4 of this Act shall again be guilty of any offence punishable under either of such sections, shall be subject for every such subsequent offence to double the amount of punishment to which he would have been liable for the first commission of an offence of the same description: Provided that he shall not be liable in any case to a fine exceeding six hundred rupees, or to imprisonment for a term exceeding one year.



Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 15 Public Gambling Act, 1867:

Soni Bachu Lakhuman vs The State Of Gujarat on 22 July, 1960

Gujarat High Court 

Suraj Prakash And Ors. vs State on 18 January, 1963

Allahabad High Court 

Sarat Chandra Ghatak And Ors. vs Corporation Of Calcutta And Anr. on 21 November, 1957

Calcutta High Court 

Abid Ali S/O Sayyad Ali vs State Of M.P. And Anr. on 25 June, 2002

Madhya Pradesh High Court 

Pinnaboyina Chittamma And Ors. vs B. Narasingarao And Ors. on 20 June, 2002

Andhra High Court 

Pinnaboyina Chittamma And Ors. vs B. Narasingarao And Ors. on 20 June, 2002

Andhra High Court 

Narsingh Jivraj Soni And Ors. vs The State on 17 October, 1951

Madhya Pradesh High Court 

Executive Club Formed By Lalitha vs State Of A.P. on 10 August, 1998

Andhra High Court

Provincial Government, Central vs Sheikh Idu S/O Satloo on 19 March, 1948

Bombay High Court 

Arti Saxena vs State Of U.P. And 3 Others on 11 November, 2020

Allahabad High Court


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