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Contempt of Courts Act, 1971


11. Power of High Court to try offences committed or offenders found outside jurisdiction

A High Court shall have jurisdiction to inquire into or try a contempt of itself or of any court subordinate to it, whether the contempt is alleged to have been committed within or outside the local limits of its jurisdiction, and whether the person alleged to be guilty of contempt is within or outside such limits.



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