In Re: Abdul Kadir Saheb - Court Judgment
|Judge||Munro and ;Sankaran Nair, JJ.|
|Appellant||In Re: Abdul Kadir Saheb|
.....initiated without sanction of district magistrate--sanction obtained after commitment--illegality--criminal procedure code (act v of 1893), sections 532 and 537. - central excise act, 1944.[c.a. no. 1/1944]. section 11: [p. santhasivam, a. kulasekaran & s. tamilvanan, jj] possession of property taken by bank under the securitisation & reconstruction of financial assets and enforcement of security interest act, 2002 - claim towards tax due priority - held, where the bank took possession of the property under section 13 of the s..r.f.a.e.s.i. act, it would be a secured creditor and would have precedence over crowns debt namely excise department in instant case, in the absence of specific provision of first charge in central excise act as well as customs act. generally, the dues to.....1. we have no doubt that the appellant has been rightly convicted under section 19(c) and section 20 of the arms act. as to the offence under section 19(f), section 29 of the arms act lays down that no proceeding shall he instituted against any person in respect of such an offence without the previous sanction of the district magistrate. no such sanction was obtained till after commitment. neither section 532 nor section 537, criminal procedure code, can cure the omission. the conviction under section 19(f) is, therefore, set aside. we reduce the sentence to six weeks' rigorous imprisonment.
1. We have no doubt that the appellant has been rightly convicted under Section 19(c) and Section 20 of the Arms Act. As to the offence under Section 19(f), Section 29 of the Arms Act lays down that no proceeding shall he instituted against any person in respect of such an offence without the previous sanction of the District Magistrate. No such sanction was obtained till after commitment. Neither Section 532 nor Section 537, Criminal Procedure Code, can cure the omission. The conviction under Section 19(f) is, therefore, set aside. We reduce the sentence to six weeks' rigorous imprisonment.