Section 403 of CRPC "Option of Court to hear parties"
Save as otherwise expressly provided by this Code, no party has any right to be heard either personally or by pleader before any Court exercising its powers of revision, but the Court may if it thinks fit, when exercising such powers, hear any party either personally or by pleader.
Section 404 of CRPC "Statement by Metropolitan Magistrate of grounds of his decision to be considered by High Court"
When the record of any trial held by a Metropolitan Magistrate is called for by the High Court or Court of Session under Section 397, the Magistrate may submit with the record a statement setting forth the grounds of his decision or order and any facts which he thinks material to the issue, and that Court shall consider such statement before overruling or setting aside the said decision or order.
Section 405 of CRPC "High Court's order to be certified to lower Court"
When a case is revised under this Chapter by the High Court or a Sessions Judge, it or he shall, in the manner provided by Section 388, certify its decision or order to the Court by which the finding, sentence or order revised was recorded or passed, and the Court to which the decision or order is so certified shall thereupon-make such orders as are conformable to the decision so certified, and, if necessary, the record shall be amended in accordance therewith
REFERENCE AND REVISION
What is Reference to High Court? What is Disposal of case according to decision of High Court? What is calling for records to exercise powers of revision? Section 395, 396 and 397 of Code of Criminal Procedure 1973
What is option of Court to hear parties? What is statement by Metropolitan Magistrate of grounds of his decision to be considered by High Court? What is High Court's order to be certified to lower Court? Section 403, 404 and 405 of Code of Criminal Procedure 1973
TRANSFER OF CRIMINAL CASES
What is Withdrawal of cases by Judicial Magistrate? What is Making over or withdrawal of cases by Executive Magistrates? Reasons to be recorded. Section 410, 411 and 412 of Code of Criminal Procedure 1973