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    Can we file FIR for Non cognizable offence
    #Criminal Law • Asked on: 10th Aug 2017 • Answers: 6
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    No. You can file Private Complaint u/s 200 of Cr.P.C. before concerned court on the basis of N.C. complaint. Court will pass the order for investigation u/s 202 crpc.
    Published On: 26th Oct 2017
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    Advocate Ubaid Ghawte
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    As police is power less in a complaint for Cognizable offence File a case u/S 156(3) Crpc in JM Court for registration of FIR after proper Investigation.
    Published On: 30th Aug 2017
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    Advocate Soumya Kundu
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    As police is power less in a complaint for Cognizable offence File a case u/S 156(3) Crpc in JM Court for registration of FIR after proper Investigation.

    Published On: 30th Aug 2017
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    Advocate Soumya Kundu
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    Registration of FIR is discretionary power of the concerned SHO. By use of his power he can register an FIR but he can not proceed with investigation without order of the concerned Magistrate. But it will be always preferable to go for Civil Remedy in cases of non-cognizable offences. 
    Published On: 16th Aug 2017
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    Advocate Sunil Kumar Chaturvedi
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    Police does not register any FIR in a non-cognizable case; In a non-cognizable case, the police does not have the power to conduct any investigation without the orders of the court.The police will not conduct any inquiry in a non-cognizable case.Police merely enters the details of the non-cognizable case in the General Diary / Station Diary of the police station and also in the Non-Cognizable Register. The police does not have any power of arrest in a non-cognizable case. If you want action to be taken in a non-cognizable case, you will have to file a private complaint in the court.

    Published On: 13th Aug 2017
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    Advocate Ankur Mathur
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    First you send legal notice for payment within one month after that if payment not receive then you file a petition under negotiable instrument act. For more details please contact https://www.lexcarts.com/lawyer/uttar-pradesh/ghaziabad/advocate-mragendra-gaur/6209
    Published On: 12th Aug 2017
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    Advocate Mragendra Gaur
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