SURINDER SINGH Vs. TRILOK SINGH
HIGH COURT OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR
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(1.) The petitioners in this petition
have sought indulgence of this Court
for quashing of the proceedings initiated and
the order dated 1st, of December 2004
passed by Judicial Magistrate 1st, Class
(Judge Small Causes), whereby and where-
under the cognizance was taken and process
came to be issued against the petitioners i.e.
accused, in the complaint titled aso
M/s. Trilok Singh v. Rama Vision and others
on the grounds taken in the petition.
(2.) Heard. Perused. Considered.
(3.) The exercising of powers under Section 561-A
Cr. P.C. is an exception and not
the rule. This provision of law does not confer
any new powers on the High Court. It
prescribes following three circumstances
under which inherent jurisdiction can be
exercised by the High Court :
1) to give effect to an order under the 2 Code;
2) to prevent abuse of the process of Court; and
3) to otherwise to secure the ends of justice.;
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