Section 68 Copyright Act, 1957
Section 68 Copyright Act, 1957:
Penalty for making false statements for the purpose of deceiving or influencing any authority or officer.—Any person who,—
(a) with a view to deceiving any authority or officer in the execution of the provisions of this Act, or
(b) with a view to procuring or influencing the doing or omission of anything in relation to this Act or any matter thereunder, makes a false statement or representation knowing the same to be false, shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to one year, or with fine, or with both.
Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 68 Copyright Act, 1957:
Mr. Yash Vardhan Kanoi vs State Of Karnataka on 4 January, 2021
And P.W.2 Is The Investigating vs Is The Owner Of Shop No.13/A Of on 30 June, 2015
State By Banaswadi Police Station vs Has Examined Two Witnesses. P.W.1 on 24 March, 2015
Ankit & Ors vs State on 27 March, 2012
State By Shivajinagar Police vs The Cross-Examination Of P.W.4 on 21 July, 2015
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