CRPC Mains Questions Series: Important Questions for Judiciary, APO & University Exams | Part - II of XI
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CRPC Mains Questions Series: Part – II of XI
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CRPC Mains Questions Series | Part – II of XI
Discuss the process of a court to take a bond for an appearance from a person who is present before the court and for whose appearance such court is empowered to issue summons or warrant. Can a person who has filed a bond be arrested? if so under what circumstances. [UP.CJ 1992, HP JS 2000]
A, an accused is arrested by a police officer B in the execution of a warrant issued against him. The police officer, executing the warrant of arrest, keeps the accused A in his custody for 26 hours after such arrest on the basis of a warrant. Is the detention of A after arrest in compliance with the warrant, legal? Give reasons.
A is arrested by a police officer B in the execution of a warrant issued against him by a court. The accused A could not be produced before the court after such arrest within 24 hours of mandatory provision prescribed by Section 76, as the journey from the place of arrest to the court cannot be completed earlier than 30 hours. Does the non-production of A before the court within 24 hours make the custody of A illegal? Give reasons.
Decide the legality of the following proceedings:-The publication of a newspaper containing material punishable under Sections 124-A and 153-A IPC is prohibited by the State Government. The editor, to set aside the order of the Government submits an application before the High Court. The High Court consists of 10 Judges but the matter is decided by the two judges bench. [U.P.CJ 1997]
A, a minor child of 14 years of age, has got a prize of rupees one crore in a Television show namely, ‘Kaun Banega Karorpati’. Can he claim maintenance from his/her father, if father neglects or refuses to maintain him/her?
A, a married major daughter is unable to maintain herself due to her mental abnormality. Is she entitled to be maintained by her father who has sufficient means to maintain? Give reasons in support of your answer.
H files a petition for divorce against his wife W on the ground of desertion. The court is satisfied that the case of H is covered by desertion and it awards the decree of divorce in favour of H, on the ground of desertion to the husband. After divorce, the wife files a petition under Section 125, Cr. P.C. for maintenance. Is she entitled to get maintenance from her husband?
Pradeep a Hindu youth is in love with Bina, a young Parsi girl. Bina conceives and was advanced in pregnancy up to seven months they both went to the office of the Sub-Registrar and executed a marriage document.
Bina bore three issues from Pradeep. Subsequently, Bina moves an application for maintenance alleging cruelty and neglect on the part of Pardeep. Pradeep contests the validity of the marriage and contents that no presumption could be drawn in regard to the paternity of the first child. Decide. [D.J.S., 1989]
A and B were married in Calcutta. They last resided together in Delhi. A came on transfer to Jaipur leaving B with her brother at Delhi. He neglected and refused to maintain B. At what places application of maintenance under Section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure can be filed? [R.J.S., 1989]
Being fed up with each other’s quarrelling nature, both husband and wife entered into an agreement in which the wife’ agrees to live separately from her husband permanently and the husband agrees to pay her a monthly maintenance allowance of Rs. 1,000/-. After six months the husband refuses to pay the amount. Can the wife enforce the agreement against her husband in a court of law? [U.P.H.J.S. 2012]
The wife filed an application under Section 125 Cr. P. C. against her husband claiming maintenance in a court at Delhi on 24.06.1988. Prior thereto, she had sent a notice also, to him, in April 1988. The husband filed a petition under Section 9 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 in a court at Varanasi in May 1988 and obtained an ex- parte decree for restitution of conjugal rights against his wife.
In the proceedings under Section 125 of the Code, the husband pleads that the said ex-parte decree is binding upon the Criminal Court, which decree establishes that his wife had refused to live with him without sufficient cause and as such, the wife is not entitled to the grant of any maintenance. Decide. [D.J.S. 1990]
The wife filed an application under Section 125 Cr. P.C. claiming maintenance for herself as also minor daughter alleging that at the time of her marriage with the respondent sometime in 1981, the fact that the respondent was already married and his spouse was living was not known, and that after the discovery of the previous marriage of the respondent the relationship between the parties gradually became strained and ultimately the respondent started totally neglecting the applicant and the minor daughter and refused to maintain them.
The respondent denied his liability to pay any maintenance and pleaded that the applicant was fully aware of his first marriage and the fact that his first wife was living at that time. Decide. [DJ.S. 1990]