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Judgments on Arms Act, 1959

Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Arms Act, 1959

Arms Act, 1959 — Section 27(3) — Constitutional validity — Held, Section 27(3) of Arms Act, 1959 is ultra vires the Constitution and is declared void — Constitution of India, 1950, Articles 13(2), 14 and 21.

Arms Act, 1959

Arms Act, 1959 — Section 7 r/w Section 27(3) — Held, Section 7 imposes a prohibition on certain acts in respect of prohibited arms and ammunitions but Section 7 does not spell out the penalty — The penalty for contravention of Section 7 is provided under Section 27(3).

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