Can the NBW be cancelled in my case without reapplying for bail?

Yes, it can be cancelled without paying any amount. You need to appear before the concerned court and reapply for bail. Once you get bail, immediately furnish a fresh surety as per the said order. Your NBW will definitely get cancelled and instead of paying cash surety, you have the option to furnish surety of a like amount. The term “bail” is not defined under CRPC.

What does contested ordered mean?

The term “contested permitted” refers to a court order that favours the petitioner. It signifies that the case in front of the court was correctly contested by both parties and that the court decided the case by issuing judgments or orders. The matter has been decided by the court, whether you are the petitioner or the respondent. The phrase “disputed AND VOID” means that you have disputed the case and the remedy you requested has been granted. It specifies that the case you have filed is valid. If it is ultimately resolved, you will receive an order from the court providing you with relief.

How to apply for bail when charged with section 467?


after obtaining the bail, you can appear before the trail court and after framing of charges the evidence is to be conducted.
If the Court of Sessions does not grant bail, a subsequent bail can be filed in the same Court and before the same judge where it was previously applied for. However, a subsequent bail application can only be entertained by the Court if any new fact or circumstance has been discovered.

How to cancel non-bailable warrant?

you can appear before court and make application for cancellation of Non bailable warrant and please mention reason why you not appear before court then court will cancel NBW and can impose cost upon you and giving an undertaking that you will remain present in future.
In view of section 70(2) of Cr. P.C., a warrant of arrest remains in force unless is cancelled by the Court

Can a person go abroad when out on bail?

Unless the court has restrained you from travelling abroad you are at liberty to travel. The mere filing of the case, without being coupled with a restraint order from the court, does not prevent the accused from going out of India. However, it depends on the conditions on which your bail was granted.
In my opinion you can file an application for Anticipatory bail before the Hon’ble High Court .

How is NBW executed for an accused in an out of state address?

If the accused does not appear in Court even after the issuance of warrant of arrest, then the Magistrate can compel the presence of the accused by issuing proclamation of absconding accused and further order attachment of property of person absconding under Sections 82 & 83 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.

The said accused who is wanted in a case involving a non-bailable offence, must also be evading his arrest. So the police is issued the warrant by the court to get the person from anywhere be it a out of state address.

Can bail be granted if person is accused of section 379, 411 and 420 of the Indian Penal code?

Section 420,379 and 411 of the indian penal code are all non-bailable offences.

Though, If you’re charged with a crime under section 411, 420 and 379 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, you may be granted bail, but it relies on a number of criteria as well as the facts and circumstances of the case.

You can also file an application for it in Sessions Court.

How long will IPC 420 case take to get bail?

The Section charged against you under the provisions of IPC are Bailable Offense except Section 420 of IPC which is Non Bailable. It is only on the discretion of the Hon’ble Court to grant a bail or not, but if we make strong averments in the Bail Application the Court may grant you Bail.

A person charged under section 420 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 can either apply for a pre-arrest bail or post-arrest bail.

A person can apply for an anticipatory bail under section 438 and a regular bail under section 439 of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973.

How much time it will take to get bail from the high court after someone is convicted session court? Is there any way around do get bail immediately?

When bail application is rejected by the learned magistrate, the accused may file bail application before Sessions Court or High Court.

Normally, bail is granted on the first date of hearing, however, if entire documents are not available on record,by the applicant seeking bail along with his bail application, and charges are very serious in nature, only then High Court calls for Counter Affidavit granting normally four weeksÕ time to the Government Advocate. If the CA is called for, then the bail application is decided after receiving CA and it takes around 2 monthsÕ time.

Can arrest warrant be issued against surety if accused is absconded since 1 year and fails to appear before court?

No surety cannot be arrested however he will have to pay the entire surety amount in court, as per the surety bond. Arrest warrant will be issued against the accused. Bail in future may be refused

Yes. The court can issue notice to the surety if the accused is absconding when released on bail. The surety has to appear before the court. In case where the Accused does not appear before the Court when released on bail, the Court can come against the Surety only to the extent of the bail amount.

Can one family member stand as surety for two accused persons in same case?

When superior Courts grants bail directs the accused to execute bail bond by himself as well as by the sureties. unless otherwise stated, in the bail or anticipatory bail order, as the case may be, ÔbondÕ means personal bond. In such circumstances, the Courts directing the sureties to produce property documents is beyond the scope of the bail order of the superior court.

Court should be satisfied as to the genuineness, identity of the surety and his residential address. It is equally applies to the accused.