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OTHER ITA SITES:
Anticipatory bail is a direction to release a person on bail, issued even before the person is arrested.
WHEN CAN A PERSON APPLY
When any person apprehends that there is a move to get him arrested on false or trump up charges, or due to enmity with someone, or he fears that a false case is likely to be built up against him,
CONDITIONS THAT MAY BE IMPOSED BY THE COURT
The High Court or the Court of Session may include such conditions in the light of the facts of the particular case, as it may think fit, including:
(a) A condition that the person shall make himself available for interrogation by the police officer as and when required;
(b) A condition that the person shall not, directly or indirectly, make any inducement, threat or promise to any person acquainted with the facts of the case so as to dissuade him from disclosing such facts to the court or to any police officer;
(c) A condition that the person shall not leave India without the previous permission of the court.
If such person is thereafter arrested, and is prepared either at the time of arrest or at any time while in the custody of such officer to give bail, he shall be released on bail and the magistrate taking cognizance of such offence decides that warrant should be issued against that person, he shall issue a bailable warrant in conformity with the direction of the court granting anticipatory bail.
ANTCIPATORY BAIL NOT A BLANKET ORDER
The applicant must show by disclosing special facts and events that he has reason to believe, that he may be arrested for a non-bailable offence so that the court may take care to specify the offence or offences in respect of which alone the order will be effective and it is not a blanket order covering all other offences.
An accused is free on bail as long as the same is not cancelled. The High Court or Court of Session may direct that any person who has been released on bail be arrested and commit him to custody on an application moved by the complainant or the prosecution.
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