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CrPC, 482 – Dismissal of an earlier S. 482 petition does not bar filing of subsequent petition.

Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 , Section 482 – Dismissal of an  earlier 482 petition does not bar filing of subsequent petition under Section 482, in case the facts so justify.

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Criminal Procedure Code, 1973,  Section 484 ( S. 561A of the 1898 Code) – Dismissal of an  earlier petition does not bar filing of subsequent petition under Section 482, in case the facts so justify.

 Section 561-A preserves the inherent power of the High Court to make such Orders as it deems fit to prevent abuse of the process of the Court or to secure the ends of justice and the High Court must, therefore, exercise its inherent powers having regard to the situation prevailing at the particular point of time when its inherent is sought to be invoked. The High Court was in the circumstances entitled to entertain the subsequent application of Respondents Nos. 1 and 2 and consider whether on the facts and circumstances then obtaining the continuance of the proceeding against the respondents constituted an abuse of the process of the Court or its was necessary to secure the ends of justice

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    My main bail application is pending in high court in Aurangabad bench. As per the latest SC guidelines, forming high powered committee to release the under trials and convicted prisoners due to Covid by granting them temporary bail for 45 says or until the revocation of the Covid19 notification .
    Under such circumstances can a file an interim or temporary bail in City sessions court to grant me 45 days temporary bail,or must I withdrawn the regular bail plea from high court to file interim bail application in the session's.
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