The Rules of Practice (criminal) of the High Court of Judicature at Madras, on the Appellate Side and the Courts Subordinate Thereto (Google eBook)

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printed at the Scottish Press, 1896 - 244 pages
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Page 134 - Neither Government shall be bound to deliver up debtors, or civil offenders or any person charged with any offence not specified in Article 4. ARTICLE...
Page 56 - You shall well and truly try, and true deliverance make, between our Sovereign Lord the King and the prisoner at the bar, whom you shall have in charge, and a true verdict give, according to the evidence. So help you God.
Page 55 - You will present no person through malice, hatred, or ill-will, nor leave any unpresented through fear, favor, or affection, or for any reward, or the promise or hope thereof; but in all your presentments you will present the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, according to the best of your skill and understanding, so help you God.
Page 126 - Council is pleased to direct that the Court or Office issuing copies, certificates, or other similar documents liable to stamp duty, shall, before issue, cancel the labels affixed to them by punching out a portion of the label in such a manner as to remove neither the figure-head, nor that part of the label upon which its value is expressed. As an additional precaution, the signature of the officer attesting the document, with the date, should be written across the label and upon the paper on either...
Page 138 - Bombay in Council, may give over the person so forwarded, whether he be a native Indian subject of Her Majesty or not, to be tried by the ordinary Courts of the State in which the offence was committed.
Page 139 - Number. 11. Persons arrested in British territory on a warrant issued by a Political Agent under Section 11, and persons arrested on a warrant issued under Section 14, shall be treated as far as possible in the same way as persons under trial for a similar offence would be treated under the Code of Criminal Procedure or under the procedure in force in the Presidency towns, if the arrest take place within any Presidency town.
Page 155 - Court j (fi) copies of all documents which any such Advocate, Pleader or other person is required to take in connection with any such trial or investigation, for the use of any Court or Magistrate, or may consider necessary for the purpose of advising the Government in connection...
Page 134 - Subject to the above limitations, any person who shall be charged with having committed, within the territories of the Government making the requisition, any of the under-mentioned offences, and...
Page 135 - State has been found by experience to be less simple and effective than the procedure prescribed by the law as to the extradition of offenders in force in British India : It is hereby agreed between the British Government and the...
Page 137 - Section 14 to the Governor-General in Council or any local Government. 2. The Political Agent shall not issue a warrant under Section 11, except on a request preferred to him in writing by, or by the authority of the person for the time being administering the executive Government of the Native State at which he is the British representative, and on the understanding that the provisions of Act XI. of 1872 and of these rules are to apply to the case.

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