All You need to know about Interim Bail

  • Panya Sethi
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  • Panya Sethi

    Student at Symbiosis Law School, Noida, India

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It is unclear what is meant by the word "bail" in the legal system. The Medieval French verb baillier, meaning "to give" or "to deliver," is the etymological ancestor of the modern English term bail. To hand over an arrested suspect to his or her bailing agents. In other words, it's a procedure wherein a person who is under arrest or detention by proper authorities gets released from custody in exchange for his promise to appear in court on the day and time previously established. In section 2(a) of the code, bail is classified as bailable or non-bailable; the rest of the bail rules are found in sections 436–450.




International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 88 - 94


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