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Q. Settlement in the case procedure

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Anonymous

posted 5 months ago

Q.Settlement in the case procedure
FIR lodged, Charge-sheet still not done, anticipatory bail pending in HC for accused.
IPC involved are 420, False 376 and 315 etc.

Complainant and accused are ready for compromise, and Complainant wants to finish the case and settle the whole matter as she lodged the complaint in frustration.

1- What is the best/easiest/fastest way to do that legally? so that its closed forever and never reopens again !
2- What can be the role of concerned police station also? If some affidavit/statement etc is given their by the Complainant, is it also a way to finish/settle the whole case/dispute?

Please advise clearly !

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Suneel Moudgil

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Responded 5 months ago

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A. ) charges (IPC 420/376/315) are of serious nature, Court can reject compromise. you can try but better to get the witness (complainant) hostile and then apply for bail

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

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Responded 5 months ago

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A. ) Dear Sir,
police can file B report that is no case report.

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Sanjay Kumar Jha

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A. ) Dear Client,
Sections of case are not legally to get compromised. However , this process can be entertained by court only, bcz case is in court. You may consult for needful legal advice.

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