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Prevention Of Terrorism Act 2002

Prevention Of Terrorism Act 2002





1 Short title, extent, application, commencement, duration and savings.
2 Definitions.
3 Punishment for terrorist acts.
4 Possession of certain unauthorised arms, etc.
5 Enhanced penalties:
6 Holding of proceeds of terrorism illegal:
7 Powers of investigating officers and appeal against order of Designated Authority.
8 Forfeiture of proceeds of terrorism.
9 Issue of show cause notice before forfeiture of proceeds of terrorism:
10 Appeal:
11 Order of forfeiture not to interfere with other punishments:
12 Claims by third party:
13 Powers of Designated Authority:
14 Obligation to furnish information:
15 Certain transfers to be null and void .`
16 Forfeiture of property of certain persons.
17 Company to transfer shares to Government.
18 Declaration of an organisation as a terrorist organisation.
19 Denotification of a terrorist organisation:
20 Offence relating to membership of a terrorist organisation:
21 Offence relating to support given to a terrorist organisation:
22 Fund raising for a terrorist organisation to be an offence.
23 Special Courts.
24 Place of sitting.
25 Jurisdiction of Special Courts.
26 Power of Special Courts with respect to other offences.
27 Power to direct for samples, etc.
28 Public Prosecutors.
29 Procedure and powers of special courts.
30 Protection of witnesses.
31 Trial by Special Courts to have precedence.
32 Certain confessions made to Police officers to be taken into consideration:
33 Power to transfer cases to regular courts.
34 Appeal.
35 Transitional provisions and transfer of pending proceedings.
36 Definitions.
37 Appointment of competent Authority.
38 Application for authorisation of interception of wire electronic or oral communication.
39 Decision by Competent Authority on application for interception.
40 Submission of order of interception to Review Committee.
41 Duration of an order of interception, etc.
42 Authority competent to carry out interception.
43 Interception of communication in emergency.
44 Protection of information collected.
45 Admissibility of evidence collected through the interception of communications.
46 Review of authorisation order.
47 Interception and disclosure of wire electronic or oral communications prohibited.
48 Annual report of interceptions.
49 Modified application of certain provisions of the Code.
50 Cognizance of offences.
51 Officers competent to investigate offences under this Act.
52 Arrest.
53 Presumption as to offences under section 3:
54 Bar of jurisdiction of courts etc.
55 Saving.
56 Overriding effect.
57 Protection of action taken in good faith.
58 Punishment and compensation form malicious action.
59 Impounding of passport and arms licence of person charge sheeted under the Act.
60 Review Committees.
61 Power of High courts to make rules.
62 Power to make rules.
63 Orders and rules to be laid before Houses of Parliament.
64 Repeal and saving.


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