Gujarat High Court
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“In the recent times, there was an increase in socio economic offences in the country. These are the offences which are solely committed for personal gains. These crimes are affecting every part of the country’s economic structure and wrecking the people’s faith in the system.”

bombay high court
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The purpose of Fugitive Economic Offenders Act is to provide for measures to deter fugitive economic offenders from evading the process of law in India by staying outside the jurisdiction of Indian courts, to preserve the sanctity of the rule of law in India and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

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The Supreme Court stated that in the case of an economic offence which has a severe impact on the society, the Courts should be very slow in exercising the discretion under Section 438 of CrPC.

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The petitioner had contended that on account of his wife’s death, he was released on interim bail and had duly complied with all the conditions and had timely surrendered himself. The petitioner had also mentioned the fact that the two main accused in the case were enlarged on bail three years ago who were residents of Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.

Delhi High Court
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    Delhi High Court: In a petition filed by Jaideep Singh (’Petitioner’) for quashing of FIR registered by Shaildendra Singh (‘Respondent

Jharkhand High Court
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    Jharkhand High Court: Sanjay Kumar Dwivedi, J. allowed a criminal miscellaneous petition quashing the entire criminal proceeding including the order

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Rajasthan High Court: Narendra Singh Dhaddha rejected bail and dismissed the petition being devoid of merits. The present bail application has been

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by Onkar Thakur†