160. Police Officer's power to require attendance of witnesses.
(1) Any police officer making an investigation under this Chapter may, by order in writing, require the attendance before himself of any person being within the limits of his own or any adjoining station who from, the information given or otherwise, appears to be acquainted with the facts and circumstances of the case; and such person shall attend as so required:
Provided that no male person under the age of fifteen years or woman shall be required to attend at any place other than the place in which such male person or woman resides.
(2) The State Government may, by rules made in this behalf, provide for the payment by the police officer of the reasonable expenses of every person, attending under sub-section (1) at any place other than his residence.
Section 145 of the CRPC is imposed when there is likelihood of breach of public peace due to disputes of property boundaries or water. It continues until a competent court can rule on the matter.
Yes it is as CrPC is the procedual law, granting powers to the Court.
1 section = 640 acres. A quarter section = 160 acres.
section 342 of CRPC Pakistan is basically for the purpose of enabling the accused by answer the questions putting beofre him to explain any circumstanses appearing in the evidence against him ....it could be done at any stage of during inquery or trial with previously warrning the accused . questions putting by the court the accused may answer them aur may not .but caourt will consider it as it thinks ... Regards: Malik Zahid Hussain Awan Advocate High Courrt 0312-5071116
A typical 160 acre tract of land is a quarter section. A section is 1 square mile. Therefore, a quarter section (160 acres) is 1/2 mile x 1/2 mile (1/2 mile square).
Any quarter section is comprised of 160 acres.
One section is equal to one square mile. In one square mile, there are 640 acres, therefore in one quarter of a section of land, there are 160 acres.
quarter sector or 65 hectares or quarter sector section or one-quarter section