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What is a `scheduled offence’ ?

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Hie Sonu, - Scheduled offence means an offence specified under Part A or Part C of the Schedule of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 - Scheduled offences are the activities that have been deemed illegal by law. For example robbery, homicide, tax evasion etc.

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Hello, **In simple language, Scheduled offences are the activities that have been deemed illegal by law.** ****`In India`****, the offences listed in the Schedule to the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 are scheduled offences in terms of Section 2(1)(y) of the Act. **`The scheduled offences are divided into two parts - Part A & Part C.`** **In part A, offences to the Schedule have been listed in 28 paragraphs and it comprises of** • offences under Indian Penal Code, • offences under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, • offences under Explosive Substances Act, • offences under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, • offences under Arms Act, offences under Wild Life (Protection) Act, • offences under the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, • offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act, • offences under the Explosives Act, offences under Antiquities & Arts Treasures Act etc. **Part ‘C’ deals with trans-border crimes, and is a vital step in tackling Money Laundering across International Boundaries.** Prior to 15th February, 2013, i.e., the date of notification of the amendments carried out in PMLA, the Schedule also had Part B for scheduled offences where the monetary threshold of rupees thirty lakhs was relevant for initiating investigations for the offence of money laundering. However, all these scheduled offences, hitherto in Part B of the Schedule, have now been included in Part A of Schedule w.e.f 15.02.2013. Consequently, there is no monetary threshold to initiate investigations under PMLA. Thanks & Regards

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The scheduled offences are listed in to the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 are scheduled offences in terms of Section 2(1)(y) of the Act. With the amendment of the Act in 2009, a large number of offences have been included in the Schedule of the Act. The scheduled offences are divided into three parts – Part A, Part B, & Part C.In Part A, certain serious offences such as those connected with waging war against the Nation, circulation of Fake Indian Currency Notes, offences relating to Narcotic Drugs, etc. have been included, wherein no monetary limit for initiating action under PMLA has been prescribed.In relation to offences under Part ‘B’ of the schedule, the value involved should be Rs 30 Lakhs or More.Part `C’ of the Schedule deals with trans-border crimes, and is a vital step in tackling Money Laundering across international boundaries

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Hi Sonu, Scheduled offence means an offence specified under Part A or Part C of the Schedule of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002. In part A, offences to the Schedule have been listed in 28 paragraphs and it comprises of offences under Indian Penal Code, offences under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, offences under Explosive Substances Act, offences under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, offences under Arms Act, offences under Wild Life (Protection) Act, offences under the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act, offences under the Explosives Act, offences under Antiquities & Arts Treasures Act etc. Part ‘C’ deals with trans-border crimes, and is a vital step in tackling Money Laundering across International Boundaries. Prior to 15th February, 2013, i.e., the date of notification of the amendments carried out in PMLA, the Schedule also had Part B for scheduled offences where the monetary threshold of rupees thirty lakhs was relevant for initiating investigations for the offence of money laundering. However, all these scheduled offences, hitherto in Part B of the Schedule, have now been included in Part A of Schedule w.e.f 15.02.2013. Consequently, there is no monetary threshold to initiate investigations under PMLA

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