Police Can’t Attach Fixed Properties Supreme Court enacted Section 102 of the CrPC, which provides the power to the police for the taking of resources.
The Supreme Court now held that police officer could not attach immovable assets during the investigation of a criminal case.
A bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, justices Deepak Gupta and Sanjiv Khanna held that Section 102 of
the Code of Criminal Procedure or CrPC arranges not to hold the power of police to seize and attach stable features.
Justice Khanna, who read the knowledge for the bench, told it is a concurring opinion, but Justice Gupta has provided some new reasons.
The Supreme Court explained Section 102 of the Criminal Procedure Code, which provides the power to the Police Can’t Attach Fixed Properties of any part during the criminal search of any case.
The Bombay High Court, in its preponderance verdict, had held that police has no power to seize assets during the investigation.
The Maharashtra gov.. had challenged the said verdict of the high court before the Supreme Court.