Section 19 Police Act, 1861
Section 19 Police Act, 1861:
Refusal to serve as special police- officers.-- If any person being appointed a special police- officer as aforesaid shall without sufficient excuse, neglect or refuse to serve as such, or to obey such lawful order or direction as may be given to him for the performance of his duties, he shall be liable, upon conviction before a Magistrate, to a fine not exceeding fifty rupees for every such neglect, refusal or disobedience.
Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 19 Police Act, 1861: Not Yet Available
Muga Khan vs Emperor on 30 August, 1917
Simranjit Singh Mann Son Of S vs State Of Punjab And Ors. on 27 March, 1995
Sudhir Vasant Karnataki vs The State Of Maharashtra on 29 November, 2010
Nandini Sundar & Ors vs State Of Chattisgarh on 5 July, 2011
Raghunath And Ors. vs State Of Rajasthan on 25 May, 1988
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