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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

35. Power  of Court to disqualify.

  1. Where any person holding a conductor's licence  is convicted  of an  offence under  this Act, the Court by  which such  person is convicted may, in addition to imposing any  other  punishment  authorised  by  law,  declare  the  person  so convicted to  be disqualified for such period as the Court may specify for holding a conductor's licence.
  2. The  Court to  which an appeal lies from any conviction of an offence  under   this  Act   may  set  aside  or  vary  any  order  of disqualification made  by the  Court below,  and the  Court  to  which appeals ordinarily  lie from  such Court,  may set  aside or  vary any order of  disqualification made by that Court, notwithstanding that no appeal lies against the conviction in connection with which such order was made.

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