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(Ps&A) DEALS WITH THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS OF THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973 (CRPC)

OBJECTIVE

The Code of Criminal Procedure (CRPC ) is the main legislation on procedure for administration of substantive criminal law in India.[1] It was enacted in 1973 and came into force on 1 April 1974.[2] It provides the machinery for the investigation of crime, apprehension of suspected criminals, collection of evidence, determination of guilt or innocence of the accused person and the determination of punishment of the guilty. Additionally, it also deals with public nuisance, prevention of offences and maintenance of wife, child and parents.

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(Ps&A) DEALS WITH THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS OF THE INDIAN PENAL CODE 1860,

OBJECTIVE

The objective of this Act is to provide a general penal code for India.[5] Though not an initial objective, the Act does not repeal the penal laws which were in force at the time of coming into force in India. This was so because the Code does not contain all the offences and it was possible that some offences might have still been left out of the Code, which were not intended to be exempted from penal consequences. Though this Code consolidates the whole of the law on the subject and is exhaustive on the matters in respect of which it declares the law, many more penal statutes governing various offences have been created in addition to the code.

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(Ps&A) DEALS WITH THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS OF THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT,1872

OBJECTIVE

The Indian Evidence Act, identified as Act no. 1 of 1872,[2] and called the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, has eleven chapters and 167 sections, and came into force 1 September 1872. At that time, India was a part of the British Empire. Over a period of more than 125 years since its enactment, the Indian Evidence Act has basically retained its original form except certain amendments from time to time.

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(Ps&A) DEALS WITH THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS OF THE THE PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION ACT, 1988

OBJECTIVE

The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 is an Act of the Parliament of India enacted to combat corruption in government agencies and public sector businesses in India.

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