The Period During Which An Accused Has Been Enlarged On Bail Cannot Be Computed While Calculating The Period Of Custody For The Purposes Of Considering The Default Bail: High Court of J&K and Ladakh

The Court has observed that the period during which an accused has not been in custody or has been enlarged on bail cannot be computed while calculating the period of custody for the purposes of considering the default bail plea.

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Source: JK Legal Forum

Term Daughter includes Married Daughter and cannot be excluded for the benefit of Compassionate Appointment under the Rules of 1994: J&K High Court

The Bench of Justice Sanjeev Kumar has observed in a petition that the definition of a family member provided in explanation (d) of Rule 2 does not make distinction between a son and a married son or a daughter and a married daughter; what it speaks of is that such a son or a daughter whether married or unmarried, must be dependent on the deceased.

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