Section 125(2) does not speak of either reasons or special reasons unlike Section 125(3)

Saroj Bai vs Jai Kumar Jain

Madhya Pradesh High Court


II (1995) DMC 589

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Shobha Bai's case proceeds on the basis that normally or ordinarily an order should take effect from the date of the order and therefore specific reasons must be indicated in the order in support of a contrary direction. Section 125(2) does not speak of either reasons or special reasons unlike Section 125(3) of the Code which requires reasons for the sentence awarded in the case of conviction for an offence punishable with death or alternatively imprisonment for life or imprisonment for the term of years and special reasons to be recorded in the case of sentence of death.

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