Anticipatory Bail is self-identified. This is the kind of bail granted to a person who is about to be arrested by the police for a non-bailable offence. This has been the most important bail in recent times because rivals in business or other powerful individuals frequently consider charging opponents with false cases. This is an advanced bail, as defined in Section 438 of the Code. Police cannot arrest someone who has been granted Anticipatory Bail.
This sort of bail is granted for a brief length of time and for transitory purposes, either while an application is pending or when the court is considering an application for anticipatory or regular bail. Interim bail is always conditional and may be prolonged; however, if it lapses before the accused has been requested for anticipatory bail or regular bail and he refuses to pay the money necessary for the continuation of the bail, the accused lost his right to freedom and will be brought into custody.
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