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compound

to agree not to prosecute or proceed in return for a consideration.
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The Bill re-categorises 16 of 81 compoundable offences under the Act as civil defaults.
It is also empowered to regularise compoundable offenses after getting orders from the competent authority.
Concealment of assets is a compoundable offence under these articles of the constitution and person could be disqualified and barred from holding the public office even for life or some specific period of time.
The incidents of honor killings are on the rise in the country because of the insistence by some in the name of ideology that murders even with malafide intent are compoundable.
The Bill also provides for compulsory hallmarking of precious metal articles, widening the scope of conformity assessment, to enhance penalties, to make offences compoundable and to simplify certain provisions in the Act.
Stereon 842A pelletized multiblock linear copolymer is compoundable or dry-blended with PS, PP, or PE to improve impact, flexibility, and tear strength.
The bill seeks to ensure better compliance levels and to re-categorise some of the compoundable offences as civil defaults.
The offences of 'hurt' have been proven to be problematic as they are compoundable offences, allowing for the matter to be resolved through a compromise without criminal accountability.
She told that the compoundable violations of building bylaws will be compounded under the law whereas the non-compoundable violations will be demolished or removed.
To this, the OPF Managing Director Dr Amir Sheikh informed the committee that this case was pertaining to a compoundable offence in which a state could not intervene adding that Zahir Hussain was bound to pay 1.3 million Riyals as per compensation.
'The act of using criminal force is non-cognizable and compoundable offence under section 352 and the parties have settled the matter amicably.