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Motor Vehicles Act, 1988


182.  Offences   relating to   licences. 

  1. Whoever,   being disqualified under this Act for holding or obtaining a driving licence drives a  motor vehicle  in a  public place  or in any other place, or applies for  or obtains  a driving  licence or,  not being entitled to have a  driving licence issued to him free of endorsement, applies for or obtains  a driving  licence without disclosing the endorsement made on a  driving licence  previously held by him shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three months, or with fine which may  extend to five hundred rupees or with both, and any driving incence so obtained by him shall be of no effect.

  2. Whoever,  being disqualified  under this  Act for holding or  obtaining a  conductor's licence,  acts as  a  conductor  of  a  stage  carriage in  a public  place or applies for  or obtains a conductor's  licence or, not being entitled to have a conductor's licence issued to him free  of endorsement, applies for or obtains a conductor's licence without disclosing  the endorsements  made on  a  conductor's  licence previously held  by him,  shall be  punishable with improsonment for a term which  may extend  to one month, or with fine which may extend to one hundred  rupees, or  with both,  and any  conductor's  licence  so obtained by him shall be of no effect.



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