Explosive Act 1957(Act 206) & Explosive Rules 1923 and Corrosive and Explosive Substances and Offensive Weapons Act 1958(Act 357)

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Explosives Act 1957 (Act 207) and Explosives Rules 1923

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Corrosive and Explosive Substances and Offensive Weapons Act 1958 (Act 357)
(As at 10th March 2007)


Detailed Contents Of Explosive Act 1957(Act 206) :

The Explosive Act 1957 (Act 206) is a law that regulates the manufacture, possession, use, sale, and transportation of explosive materials in India. The purpose of the law is to ensure that the use of explosives is safe and controlled, and to prevent the misuse of explosive materials for unlawful purposes. The Explosive Act 1957 includes provisions related to licensing, storage, transport, and use of explosives.

Under the Explosive Act 1957, any person who wants to manufacture, possess, use, sell or transport explosives must obtain a license from the competent authority. The competent authority may include the Chief Controller of Explosives, the Controller of Explosives, and other authorities designated by the government. The license may be granted subject to conditions such as the quantity and type of explosive material that can be stored or transported, the location of storage, and the safety precautions to be taken.

The Explosive Act 1957 also includes provisions related to storage and transport of explosive materials. The law mandates that all storage facilities must be designed, constructed and maintained in a manner that ensures the safety of the public and the environment. The transport of explosive materials must be done in accordance with the rules and regulations laid down by the government.

The Explosive Act 1957 also lays down penalties for the violation of its provisions. Any person found guilty of violating the law may face imprisonment and/or a fine. The law also empowers the competent authority to seize and destroy any explosive material that is found to be stored or transported in violation of the law.

The Explosive Rules 1923 is a set of rules that supplement the Explosive Act 1957. The rules provide detailed guidance on the manufacture, possession, use, sale, and transportation of explosives. The Explosive Rules 1923 cover aspects such as licensing, storage, transport, and use of explosives, and provide specifications for the construction and maintenance of storage facilities.

The Corrosive and Explosive Substances and Offensive Weapons Act 1958 (Act 357) is another law that regulates the possession, use, and sale of corrosive and explosive substances, as well as offensive weapons in India. The law was enacted to prevent the misuse of these substances and weapons for criminal purposes. The Corrosive and Explosive Substances and Offensive Weapons Act 1958 includes provisions related to licensing, storage, transport, and use of corrosive and explosive substances, as well as offensive weapons.

Under the Corrosive and Explosive Substances and Offensive Weapons Act 1958, any person who wants to possess, use, or sell corrosive and explosive substances, as well as offensive weapons must obtain a license from the competent authority. The law also lays down penalties for the violation of its provisions. Any person found guilty of violating the law may face imprisonment and/or a fine.

In summary, the Explosive Act 1957, Explosive Rules 1923, and Corrosive and Explosive Substances and Offensive Weapons Act 1958 are laws that regulate the possession, use, and sale of explosive and corrosive substances, as well as offensive weapons in India. These laws aim to ensure the safe and controlled use of these substances and weapons, and to prevent their misuse for criminal purposes.

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