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    advtanmoy
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    The Post Office Guide will now be divided into the following four parts.

    Part I Rules and regulations relating to inland post
    Part II Rules and regulations relat ing to foreign post.
    Part III List of Post Offices (in two volumes).
    Part IV Post Office Savings Bank and Post Office Savings Scheme.

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    Production of post office records

    Production of post office records – As regards production of post-office records under Section 92, Criminal Procedure Code, by Post-masters, see Rule 74, Chapter – I, of the Post-Office Manual, Volume I, 1912.

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    PROCESS-SERVER AND NAZARAT

    67. Process serving establishment – There shall be a joint process serving establishment for all the Civil Courts, Sessions Courts and Courts of Judicial Magistrates at the same station under the direct control of the Nazir who will be responsible for proper service of process made over to him for the purpose. The process-serving peons recruited on the civil and criminal side shall be entrusted to execute processes, both on the civil and criminal sides.

    The Nazir and the staff shall also be subordinate to any such Court issuing process for the purpose of execution of that particular process and shall place themselves under the order of the Presiding Officer in that regard. The Register of process-serving peons shall be maintained in the prescribed Form (H) 9-R

    THE HIGH COURT OF ORISSA

    GENERAL RULES AND
    CIRCULAR ORDERS
    (CRIMINAL)
    VOL. – I

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    Time for delivery of process in the Nizarat

    37. (1) Time for delivery of process in the Nizarat – Processes should, except in urgent cases, be made over to the Nazir or the Police Officer at least 10 days before the date fixed.

    (2) Register of processes made over for service to Nazir – A Register of processes made over to the Nazir for service shall be maintained in the Form No. (R) 9-A.

    (3) Register of processes issued to police – A Register of warrants and other processes issued to each Police Station shall be maintained in the ledger Form No. (R) l O, some pages being allotted to each specified Police-Station.

    38. Return of processes – Processes made over to the Nazir or the Police Officer for service must be returned to the issuing Court as soon as possible, and atleast one day before the date fixed.

    THE HIGH COURT OF ORISSA

    GENERAL RULES AND
    CIRCULAR ORDERS
    (CRIMINAL)
    VOL. – I

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