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Product Details:

Format: Hardback
Publisher: Eastern Book Company
Language: English
ISBN: 9788119868063, 9788119868650, 9788119868292
Dimensions: 24.8 X 16.7 X 8.2 CM
Publisher Code: AG/806, AG/865, AG/829
Date Added: 2024-06-21
Search Category: Lawbooks
Jurisdiction: Indian

Overview:

Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita, 2023 (Criminal Procedure): A commentary by J.K. Verma is a treatise on the newly enacted Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita, 2023 (BNSS), which has repealed and replaced the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (CrPC).

The BNSS, replacing the CrPC, now comprises 531 sections. Of these, 160 sections of the CrPC have been changed, amended, or substituted. Additionally, 9 new sections have been added, and 9 sections have been repealed.

Notable features of the new law include the introduction of e-FIRs, the compulsory recording of the victim?s statement in cases of sexual violence, and the video recording of statements in cases of sexual harassment. The law also mandates regularly furnishing the status of complaints to the complainant, shows enhanced concern for victims, provides for deemed sanction for prosecution, rules out total pardoning, and promotes forensic science to optimise the rate of conviction.

The BNSS broadens the scope of police power in property seizure. While the CrPC initially allowed the seizure of movable properties suspected to be stolen or found under suspicious circumstances, Section 85 of the BNSS extends this authority to include immovable properties as well.

The prefatory notes by Manisha Karia, Kumar Askand Pandey, and Sanjay Vashishtha, who are prominent criminal law academicians and practitioners, will be quite useful and informative for readers.

The book also includes a comparative table showing the correspondence between the provisions of the old law and those of the new law.

Overall, this book will be immensely useful to legal practitioners, students, law school faculty members, and anyone interested in understanding this new law on criminal procedure.

Key Features:

  • Date of Enforcement Notification
  • Key highlights of Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita, 2023
  • Comparative Tables of sections old versus new and new versus old
  • Table of new provisions introduced in new Act
  • Table of provisions of CrPC, 1973 omitted in new Act
  • Guidelines issued by Supreme Court for grant of bail in Satender Kumar Antil v. CBI
  • Judgment in Mohd. Asfak Alam v. State of Jharkhand
  • Corresponding law under each section of new Act
  • Articles and comments of legal experts

Bharatiya Sakshya Adhiniyam, 2023 (Evidence): A commentary by J.K. Verma is a treatise on the newly enacted Bharatiya Sakshya Adhiniyam, 2023 (BSA), which repealed and replaced the Indian Evidence Act, 1872. Since significant sociological and scientific developments have taken place since independence, the provisions of the Act of 1872 increasingly required a thorough overhaul to incorporate these advancements. The result is the present Bharatiya Sakshya Adhiniyam, 2023.

The BSA, replacing the Evidence Act, now has 170 sections instead of the earlier 167, with 23 sections changed, 1 new section added, and 5 sections repealed. Emphasising the importance and role of information technology, the BSA enlarges the definition of a document to include electronic records and recognises them as primary evidence. It also permits depositions, examinations, and cross-examinations of accused and witnesses through video conferencing. Further, digitalisation of criminal process from FIR to case diary, case diary to charge-sheet and charge-sheet to judgment as also videography of search and seizure have been emphasised and provided.

Prefatory notes included in the book of Manisha Karia, Kumar Askand Pandey and Sanjay Vashishtha, who are prominent criminal law academicians and practitioners, will be quite useful and informative for readers.

The book also includes a comparative table showing the correspondence between the provisions of the old law and those of the new law.

Overall, this book will be immensely useful to legal practitioners, students, law school faculty members, and anyone interested in understanding this new law on evidence.

Key Features:

  • Date of Enforcement Notification
  • Key Highlights of Bharatiya Sakshya Adhiniyam, 2023
  • Comparative Tables of sections old versus new and new versus old
  • Table of new provisions introduced in new Act
  • Table of provisions of Indian Evidence Act, 1872 omitted in new Act
  • Corresponding law indicated under each section of new Act
  • Articles and comments of legal experts

Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023 (Offences and Penalties): A commentary by J.K. Verma is a treatise on the newly enacted Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023 (BNS), which repealed and replaced the Indian Penal Code, 1860. Numerous amendments had been made to the IPC over time to keep pace with changing times. However, the basic framework was rooted in a colonial mindset. Given significant sociological and scientific developments since independence, the provisions of the IPC increasingly required a thorough overhaul to achieve the goals set by the Constitution and fulfill the aspirations of the people.

The BNS now has 358 sections instead of the earlier 511 sections in the IPC, with 175 sections changed, 8 new sections added, and 22 sections repealed. Importantly, all the definitions spread over 34 sections in the IPC have been consolidated into one section. The BNS introduces the terms ?child? and ?transgender?, adds 20 new offences (including environmental pollution, human trafficking, organised crime, and terrorism), and omits 19 provisions of the IPC. Imprisonment has been increased for 33 offences, fines for 83 offences, and mandatory minimum punishments for 23 offences. Community service has been introduced for six offences. The term ?unsound mind? is replaced by ?mental illness.? Further, the offences of adultery and unnatural sex have been omitted.

Prefatory notes by Manisha Karia, Prof. K.I. Vibhute, Prof. Kumar Askand Pandey and Sanjay Vashishtha, who are prominent criminal law academicians and practitioners, will be quite useful and informative for readers.

The book also includes a comparative table showing the correspondence between the provisions of the old law and those of the new law.

Overall, this book will be immensely useful to legal practitioners, students, law school faculty members, and anyone interested in understanding this new law on offences and penalties.

Key Features:

  • Date of Enforcement Notification
  • Key Highlights of Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023
  • Comparative Tables of sections old versus new and new versus old
  • Table of new provisions introduced in new Act
  • Table of provisions of IPC, 1860 omitted in new Act
  • Corresponding law under each section of new Act
  • Articles and comments of legal experts

About the Author

Dr. J.K. Verma, an Advocate at the Patna High Court, has a long association with the Eastern Book Company, which published his work, Laws Relating to Premature Retirement and Resignation. He was also privileged to revise two of their celebrated publications, Departmental Enquiries and Misconduct in Employment by Shri B.R. Ghaiye. Other treatises by Dr. Verma include Benami Property: A Commentary, Sentencing Principles, and Disciplinary Proceedings in Industry. The present book is Dr. Verma?s latest offering to the legal fraternity.

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