Cases Disposed of by the Sudder Foujdaree Adawlut of Bombay Volume 3

Cases Disposed of by the Sudder Foujdaree Adawlut of Bombay Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1855 edition. Excerpt: ...issued by the Sudder Foujdaree Adawlut to the Magistrate.--The Magistrate is to be requested to certify the papers and proceedings, together with his report upon the allegations in the petition regarding the connection between the Deputy Magistrate, complainant, and witnesses. Return of the Magistrate to the Precept of the Sudder Foujdaree Adawlut.--In returning this Precept, together with its accompaniment, the Acting First Assistant Magistrate in charge begs to certify the papers and proceedings held in the case in which petitioner has been convicted and fined, and at the same time to submit a report, dated the 22nd March 1855, from the Hoozoor Deputy Magistrate, on the allegations set forth in the petition. Letter from the Deputy Magistrate to the Acting First 1855 Assistant Magistrate.--With reference to your endorseApnMi. ment jjo. 87, of the 21st instant, and its accompaniments Kaira. (herewith returned), I beg to report as follows: --Bribery With regard to what Bechur Patel states in his peti tion to the Sudder Foujdaree Adawlut, that the depositions of the complainant (Chutoor Deweesing) and his witnesses (Jeysing Purbhoodas and Kala Roeejee) were not taken in his presence, I beg to state, that when a complaint is made against a party, it is very necessary that inquiries should be instituted, to ascertain whether there be grounds for accusation, as, if not, that the accused may not be seized and charged with the crime wrongfully; and therefore, to prevent such occurring in the case of Becher Patel, I thought it advisible to take the depositions of the complainant, and his witnesses, before calling on Bechur Patel to answer to the complaint made against him; and though Bechur Patel's presence was not needed till the preliminary...show more

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  • Paperback | 290 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 522g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236585593
  • 9781236585592