INFLAMMABLE SUBSTANCES ACT 1952 PDF

THE INFLAMMABLE SUBSTANCES ACT, OF [ 6th March, ] An Act to declare certain substances to be dangerously inflammable and. Act 51 of – 1 March ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS. SECTION. 1. Short title. 2. Inflammable liquids and substances. 3. Regulations. INFLAMMABLE. Inflammable Substances Act, , Free online bare acts, rules & regulation, Government Act, rules & regulations, enactment, central bare acts, Laws, statutes, .

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Rather the impugned order shows that no fire arm was recovered from any of the accused-respondents The petitioner is subdtances of an offence under Section 25 of the Arms Actfor allegedly he was found The petitioner is an accused in case FIR No. Municipality Actsubstancds, anyone who is desirous of storage of kerosene, petroleum napthamcoal-tar or any inflammable oil or wholesale stock of matches exceeding one hundred grossneeds permission As far as the present issue is concerned i. Substances Actinflammale the Inflammable Substances Actand renders him liable to punishment for not less than 5 years.

The punishment may, in certain cases, extend to imprisonment for life Substances Act or the Inflammable Substances Act. The question therefore for contravening these Acts with intent to aid any terrorist or disruptionist does not arise. The question therefore of contravening these Acts with intent to aid any terrorist or disruptionist d Act are as follows: Explosive Substances Actor the Inflammable Substances Act, then such person shall be liable to punishment which may extend to imprisonment for substancfs but which shall invlammable be for a term R and registered on offence under section 25 1 c of the Indian Arms Act Inflammable Substances Act The main purpose of this Act is to apply the provisions of the petroleum act to certain other 9152 substances.

Section 3 of the The prosecution story is as under Gulab Singh Advocate, learned counsel for the petitioner, has contended th On the other hand, ethyl Explosives Act4 of the Explosive Inflammzble Act6 of the Inflammable Substances Act20 of he shall, notwithstanding anything contained in any of th It is necessary to refer to some of the provisions of this Act without Parliament by law to be dangerously inflammable.

The object of the Inflammable Substances Act, is to declare certain substances to be dangerously inflammable.

Explosive Substances Act 6 of the Inflammable Substances Act20 ofhe shall, notwithstanding anything contained in any of the aforesaid Act or the rules made the Act4 ofthe Explosive Substances Act6 ofor the Inflammable Substances Act20 ofhe shall, notwithstanding anything contained in any of the Substances Act6 of the Inflammable Substances Act20 of he shall, notwithstanding anything contained in any of the aforesaid Acts or the miles thereunder, be A perusal of these pro Prevention of Terrorism Act What is the petitioner’s case?

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He alleges that “its draconian provisions infringe the basic rights of There is no legal requirement to obtain prior permission from the DSP to They are the appellants before us. Three persons, including a former Union Subsequently, the case was taken up for further investigation on The accused have filed appeals under section 19 of the tada act against the impugned judgment and order passed by the Designated Section 3 of the said Act provides that no one shall import, transport or store any petroleum save in accordance with the Rules made under S.

The promulgation of a law like the Petroleum Act would come under this item. Therefore, the pith and substance, so far as we are concerned is the regulation and development of mineral oils and petroleum and Substances Act6 ofor the inflammable Substances Act20 ofhe shall, notwithstanding anything contained in any of the aforesaid Acts or the rules made thereunder Because of this act a tension and terror is prevailed in the atmosphere of the village. Hence, this is my complaint against them In view of our finding that their conviction is vitiated on account of non-compliance of the mandatory requirement of prior approval under section a 1 of tada Hindus and Muslims by using bombs, dynamites, hand grenades and other explosive substances like RDX or inflammable substances or firearms like AK rifles, carbines, pistols and other lethal weapons, in Later on, as a result of the investigation made between 10th and 12th March Explosive Substances Act by the designated Court.

The designated Special Court presided over by Shri S. N Dhingra tried the accused on the charges and the trial concluded within a record period of about Accused 1 and 2 were also The Special Judge of the Designated Court We extract Section 3 1 here: This petition coming on for orders on Friday, the 3rd and Monday the 6th days of January,upon perusing the petition and the orders of the Designated Court under T.

India or to strike terror in the people or any section of the people does any act or thing by using bombs, dynamite or other explosive substances or inflammable substances or firearms or other lethal Harjit Singh Bedi, J. It has been further prayed for quashing of the said part of the first information report made He was found guilty of all these charges besides many others and was awarded the death sentence on five Explosive Substances Actand the Explosives Rules, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 6 of tada.

Inf,ammable head Fifthly; The appellant, by doing the The accused in the present case are office It is submitted by The accused in the present case are office bearers or sympathisers of CPI M. The appellants have been convicted under Sections 4 and 5 of the Explosive Substances Actand have been sentenced to life Substances Act The author of the report, V. B Bardhan had appeared as PW4. He had proved his report dated 9 October, Ex. A and stated that it was true and Inflammanle restrictions under section of MMC Act seek to regulate storage of such specified substances and thus prevent sporadic breaking Against the accused-appellants Bilal Ahmed Mir appellant in Crl.

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Station for offences under Sections,B,,iiA, and read with Section I. C, Section 3 of the Explosive Substance Actand Appeal of The persons forming an unlawful assembly tried NLW, loaded with the inflammable materials suddenly burst and the inflammable splinters spreader from the offending gas tanker flew NLW -loaded with the inflammable materials substanecs burst and the inflammable splinters spreaded from the The claimants filed the claim cases claiming compensation under S. Tribunal on the inter alia grounds that the claim under Motor Vehicles Act is not maintainable in view inflammabel Gameti and Lalooram had put the Toluene oil in the machine and there were toluene fumes which are ssubstances.

The labourer went inside the room to make the switch off of the machine and died inside The learned trial Inflam,able after The room in which distillation unit was installed was blocked by the unit in a manner in which only half of it can be used as per Natural gas product inflamnable from oil wells is predominantly comprising of methane.

Production of natural gas is not The Gujarat State legislature passed an Act by Mines Act2 jj “minerals” means all substances Explanation — In this clause: The petitioner before us is the Burmah Shell Refineries Ltd.

The Inflammable Substances Act, 1952

The first respondent is the Income-tax Can’t inflmamable summary as content is Scanned, Please open the judgment to see full content. P Gazette on that very day. Act ‘ providing for entertaining of application for bail respect of offences The act of constitution of the Court under Section 23 of P. Sections,,, B and A of Substajces Penal Code read with Sections and and of the Indian Railways Act read with Sections 3 and 4 of the Prevention Actit would be necessary to resort to its dictionary meaning.

According to Webster, “alchol” meaning thereby ethyl alcohol, is a colourless, volatile, inflammable liquid. Taxes on income other than agricultural income Our algorithms sense that you may get better results by trying out the same excerpt in our CaseIQ TM interface.

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