Get this from a library! Commentary on the Bombay prevention of gambling act, 1887 (Bombay act no. IV of 1887), as in force in Maharashtra and Gujarat. (M B Mujumdar; Bombay (India: State).).
The Gujarat Prevention of Gambling Act, 1887; The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956; Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act, 1994; The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (Only Chapter XVII) The Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969; Part-II: (Civil) The code of Civil Procedure, 1908; The Limitation Act, 1963; The Indian Contract Act.
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The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act: Pre-conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act: The Negotiable Instruments Act (Only Ch.XVII) The Registration of Births and Deaths Act: The Gujarat Prevention of Gambling Act.
The Gambling Act, 1305 F, the Public Gambling Act, 1867 in its extension to the Vidarbha region of the State of Bombay, the Bombay Prevention of Gambling Act, 1887 as applied to the Saurashtra area by the State of Saurashtra (Application of Central and Bombay Acts) Ordinance, 1948 and the Bombay Prevention of Gambling Act, 1887 as applied to the Cutch area by the Kutch (Application of Laws.
An Act to regulate gambling in Botswana; to establish the Gambling Authority; and to provide for all matters incidental thereto. Date of Assent: 17.09.2012 Date of Commencement: ON NOTICE ENACTED by the Parliament of Botswana. PART I — Preliminary 1. This Act may be cited as the Gambling Act, 2012 and shall come into operation on such a date as the Minister may, by Order published in the.
The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act,2005; The Gujarat Prevention of Gambling Act,1887; The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act,1956; Pre-conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection)Act,1994; The Negotiable Instruments Act,1881(Only Ch. XVII) The Registration of Births and Deaths Act,1969.
The punishments under the Gambling Act are as follows: Owning a gaming house attracts a fine upto Rs 200 or three months in jail. Being found in a gaming house can attract fines upto Rs 100 or a month in jail. For giving false names and addresses, the Act prescribes a fine of Rs 500. The Act is not applicable in all states either. Section 12 of.
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AN ACT TO REPEAL THE GAMING ACT AND THE GAMING TAX ACT AND TO MAKE NEW PROVISION FOR LICENSING, REGULATING AND TAXING, BETTING, GAMING AND LOTTERIES. PART I PRELIMINARY Title and commencement. 1.(1) This Act may be cited as the Gambling Act 2005. (2) This Act shall come into operation on a day to be appointed by the.
Gujarat Local Acts; Telangana Local Acts; Chandigarh Local Acts; Karnataka Local Acts; Law Commission Reports; International Treaties; Join Law Finder; Public Gambling Act, 1867. 1. Interpretation clause; 2. Power to extend Act; 3. Penalty for owning or keeping, or having charge of a gaming-house; 4. Penalty for being found in gaming-house; 5. Power to enter and authorise police to enter and.
The Public Gambling Act 1857 was likely derived from the Gaming Act 1845 and the Betting Act 1853, enacted by the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The British Acts of 1845 and 1853 sought to make wagering contracts unenforceable but repealed the Unlawful Games Act 1541, where games of skill such as bowling and tennis were deemed unlawful. This approach seems to be reflected in the Indian.
All the provisions of this Act except section 29A have been repealed by section 148 and Schedule 1 of the Bombay Prohibition Act, 1949 (Bom. 25 of 1949); but such repeal shall not deemed to affect the provisions of the Bombay Abkari Act, 1878, in so far as they relate to.
Reported in: AIR1970Guj235; 1970CriLJ1475j. c. shah in ukha kolha v. state of maharashtra, air 1963 s 1531, which was a case under the bombay prohibition act, 1949 (bombay act no. 25 of 1949). the observations relied upon are at pp. 1541 and 1542 of the report and read:'it is difficult to regard section 129-b of .) of the constitution. the appellant before the supreme court was convicted.
Act ID: 186703: Act Number: 03: Enactment Date: 1867-01-25: Act Year: 1867: Short Title: The Public Gambling Act, 1867: Long Title: An Act to provide for the punishment of public gambling and the keeping of common gaming house in the United Provinces, East Punjab, Delhi1(and the Central Provinces).
The home department has recalled the file from the law department as a number of terms in Goa Public Gambling (Amendment) Act, 1976, were not defined. Terms like area, casino, electronic gaming.
The Gujarat Control of Organised Crime Act (GUJCOCA) is a controversial anti-terrorism legislation passed by the state legislature of Gujarat, India, in April 2003.On 5 November 2019 President Ram Nath Kovind given his assent. Introduction And Presidential Assent. The bill was drawn on the lines of the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (for Maharashtra) and Karnataka Control of.
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