How to get seized vehicles in lockdown

How to get seized vehicles in lockdown when Cases registered under the provision of THE MOTOR VEHICLES ACT – MV Act: All the vehicles seized under the provisions of MV Act can be released after compounding the cases and payment of compounding fee, under proper acknowledgment. Ensure that this process should be done in very seamless manner.

Cases registered under Sec. 188 IPC: In these cases vehicles can be released under the provisions of Sec. 102(3) Cr.P.0 after obtaining an undertaking from the vehicle owner to produce it before the court as and when the court orders to do so. Bond for Rs.1000/- for 2-3 Wheelers and Rs. 2000/- for 4-wheelers and other vehicles can be taken from the owners of the vehicles. Xerox copies of vehicle documents can be kept for record purpose.

Keeping of original documents is not desirable. Acknowledgment has to be obtained. Cases can be charged sheeted as Summary Trial Case (STC) before IInd Class Magistrate. The format for undertaking is enclosed for perusal and necessary action.

Cases registered under the provision of Sec. 188 IPC and NDM Act: In these cases vehicles can be released under the provisions of Sec. 102(3) Cr.P.0 after obtaining an undertaking from the vehicle owner to produce it before the court as and when the court orders to do so. Bond for Rs.1000/- for 2-3 Wheelers and Rs. 2000/- for 4-wheelers and other vehicles can be taken from the owners of the vehicles. Xerox copies of vehicle documents can be kept for record purpose. Keeping of original documents is not desirable.

Acknowledgment has to be obtained. Cases booked under these provisions can be charge-sheeted under section 188 IPC only as STC before IInd Class Magistrate. The format for undertaking is enclosed for perusal and necessary action.

Cases registered under other provisions of IPC or Spl Acts for serious offences including obstructing the public servants, assault on Police Officers, doctors or other public servants shall be dealt as per law and charge sheeted under the provisions of Cr.P.0 in the competent court of law.

Vehicles seized can be released under the provisions of Sec.102(3) Cr.P.C. after obtaining an undertaking under acknowledgment. It is requested to take appropriate action to release the vehicles as per the guidelines and report compliance.

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