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What does FIR look like?
Last Updated: 1st March, 2020
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Also know, what is the format of fir?
An FIR is a written document that is filed by the police when you are a victim of a cognizable offence, i.e. an offence for which police can take action without prior court approval (a warrant). Section 154 of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 ('CrPC') defines what amounts to first information.
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Then, how do you know if FIR is filed against me online?
And if FIR is registered against you, the police has every right to arrest you. There is no other way to find out whether NC complaint has been registered or not except police station. If FIR is registered then you can find out from the concern magistrate court.
What happens once FIR is registered?
Once an FIR has been filed the police are legally bound to start investigating the case. The process of investigation includes, but is not limited to, collecting evidence, questioning witnesses, inspecting the crime scene, forensic testing, recording statements and so on.