Mr X was granted a bail from the lowar court againest 498A and 406 at the time of bail it was not known that he has a valid passport with UK visa,hence the passport was not ceased by the court.Mr X visited UK within the bail priod without the permission of the court.Subsequently the fact of UK Visit was brought to the notice of the court and a case started .The law year of Mr X's law year is now pleeding on the point that as Mr X has not break any condition of the bail bond excuted (as per section 496 and 499 )and as Mr X is attending the court on the date whenever called for as Mr X has not break any condition of the bail bond so he can go any where without the permission of the court (Bail bond implies only an oath that he shout atteain the court whenever ask for and know speacial condition has been embeded in the bail bond)So the court has no right to punish Mr X for the Visit of UK without the permission of the court and the court can not cancle or cease his passport in this case.
Pls help me with the advice as to what is the legal procedure or rule no/Act no. can Mr X escape on this plea.one of the lawyear said passport can't be cesed at this stage as the case has already started.Is the explanation true? Pls help me.
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