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Section 32 – The Reformatory Schools Act,1897

The Reformatory Schools Act,1897

Section 32. Procedure when youthful offender under detention in a Reformatory School is again convicted and sentenced

When a youthful offender during his period of detention in a Reformatory school is a gain convicted by a Criminal Court, the sentence of such Court shall commence at once, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in section 397 of the 1Code of Criminal Procedure,1882, (10 of 1882) but the Court shall forthwith report the matter to the State Government, which have power to deal with the matter in any way in which it thinks fit.


1. The relevant provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure,1898 (5 of 1898) may now be referred to.

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