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Madras HC: Right to Default Bail u/s 167(2) CrPC Not Affected by SC Order Extending Limitation - (11 May 2020)

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Madras High Court has held that the general order passed by the Supreme Court to extend the period of limitation for filing cases in view of the COVID-19 lockdown will not affect the right of an accused to default bail under Section 167(2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.

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