Procedure for filing complaint regarding section 354.

How many days court send notice to fight 354 case and how many days case end.

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123 votes

I suppose its 354 IPC. In a 354 IPC case, you can directly file a FIR before the Police. Why to go for a complaint case. As soon as you file a FIR, police will take action and State will fight on your behalf.

- Section 354 of IPC

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145 votes

Dear client,
If any one assault or uses criminal force to any women, intended to outrage the modesty of a women then she or on behalf of any one can lodged a complain before the police, if police did not accept your complain after that you can send the substance of such occurrence in writing and by post to the superintendent of police concerned. After receiving such information from you SP did not take any action regarding the occurrence, then you can file a complain case before the judicial magistrate .The magistrate after taking cognizance of the offence directed the concerned iic to registered the case and investigate the matter.NO such specific time limitation in law .it depends on the discretion power of the court

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233 votes

First you say who are you ?
The matter already file on such Hon,ble Court ya not.
All matter also 354 cases not fixed days provided the issue notice all depand on your counsel . First file case without defect, then fist day of admission Issue notice.

Manoj Kumar Ojha

275 votes

1st lodge F.i. r. Before the local police . If police did not take any action then send the copy of fir to the higher authority . If the prepare complaint petition as given in the criminal g.r.c.o and file in the court

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