Once a request for extradition is received in India, the Central Government may by virtue of Section 5 of the Extradition Act issue an order to any Magistrate who would have jurisdiction to inquire into the offence if it had been an offence committed within the local limits of his jurisdiction to inquire into the case.
Extradition under Treaty between the Government of Republic of India and the Government of the United States of America
Section 2 (c) of the Extradition Act, 1962 defines “extradition offences” as:- “(i) in relation to a foreign State, being a treaty State, an offence provided for in the extradition treaty with […]
Consequence of letting out premises to same tenant for limited periods more than once after expiry of each such period
In Smt. Ddhanwanti Versus D.D. Gupta (1986 3 S.C.C 1 it was held that obtaining permission for letting out the premises to the same tenant for limited periods more than once after […]
Part III – Act of the West Bengal Legislature. GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL LAW DEPARTMENT Legislative NOTIFICATION No. 2198-L—31st December, 2003. The following Act of the West Bengal Legislature, having been assented to […]
The Government of West Bengal, by a resolution No. 221 GAC dated the 4th March, 1965 set up a Vigilance Commission to be headed by the Vigilance Commissioner, West Bengal.
NOTIFICATION No. 1882F.-11th March 1981.—In exercise of the power conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor is pleased to make the following rules :
Under West Bengal Service Rules, Part 1 Classification of posts and Services (ROPA 1998) Group A All Govt. employees drawing pay or scale of pay with the maximum above Rs.10,175/- Group B […]