Section 133 CrPC | Magistrate has to record and hear evidence Regarding Alleged Nuisance Before Passing Order: Karnataka HC

Recently, the Karnataka High Court observed that power u.s 133, 138 and 139 CrPC for preventing nuisance should be exercised by giving sufficient opportunities to parties for record evidence and to arrive at a legal finding that the action of a person that resulted in nuisance for the public. The Bench of Justice V Srishananda

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