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Sandeep Goyal
in Criminal Law
Asked September 21, 2017

Compromise on case filed for criminal conspiracy

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I HAVE LODGED AN FIR UNDER IPC SECTION 420,467,468,471,120B FOR A CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY. THE ACCUSED TRIED TO HAVE MY LAND IN THEIR NAME THROUGH FORGED DOCUMENTS. THE POLICE INVESTIGATION IS GOING ON AND 3 TIMES POLICE FIND THE CULPRIT. NOW THE CULPRIT SURRENDERED IN FRONT OF US AND SAID THAT LAND IS MINE. AND SAID THAT WE WANT TO DO COMPROMISE WITH US AND WILL WRITE THAT THE LAND IS MINE THERE IS NO RIGHT IN MY LAND. THEY WILL TAKE BACK THEIR ALL LEGAL Allegations. IN LIEU OF THIS THEY WANT THAT THEY GET FREE FROM FIR AND DO SETTLEMENT IN A. C. J. M COURT. I WANT TO ASK THAT HOW CAN I DO SETTLEMENT IN A. C. J. M COURT REGARDING F. I. R. WHAT I ALSO WANT THAT THERE SHOULD BE NO PROBLEM IN FUTURE BY THEM IN MY LAND.

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Dear Sir/madam,

A settlement procedure is pretty simple. Both the parties have to file an application duly signed by both the parties. This application should testify the reasons for out of court settlement as well as a promise not to approach the court in furture regarding the same issue and facts.

This settlement application, generally, in criminal cases backfire at times. Because the criminal minded culprits generally have a habbit of interfering and establishing a physical claim over the property using their hired goons etc. Therefore, it is advisable to take extra care and caution before compromising the case outside the court.

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