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CRIMINAL LAW (JURISDICTION) ACT, 1976
Common law offences
3. The common law offence of arson.
5. False imprisonment.
6. Any offence under the following provisions of the Malicious Damage Act, 1861—
(a) section 1 (setting fire to church etc.);
(b) section 2 (setting fire to a dwelling house while a person is inside);
(c) section 3 (setting fire to house, outhouse or business or farming premises with intent to injure or defraud any person);
(d) section 4 (setting fire to railway station etc.);
(e) section 5 (setting fire to any public building);
(f) section 6 (setting fire to other buildings);
(g) section 7 (setting fire to goods in certain buildings);
(h) section 35 (interference with railway).
Offences against the person
7. Any offence under the following provisions of the Offences against the Person Act, 1861—
(a) section 18 (wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm);
(b) section 20 (causing grievous bodily harm).
8. Any offence under the following provisions of the Explosive Substances Act, 1883—
(a) section 2 (causing explosion likely to endanger life or damage property);
(b) section 3 (possession etc. of explosive substances);
(c) section 4 (making or possessing explosives in suspicious circumstances).
Robbery and burglary
9. Any offence under the following provisions of the Larceny Act, 1916—
(a) section 23 (robbery);
(b) section 23B (aggravated burglary).
11. Any offence under the following provisions of the Firearms Act, 1964 —
(a) section 26 (possession of firearm while taking vehicle without authority);
(b) section 27 (use of firearms to resist arrest or aid escape);
(c) section 27A (possession of firearm or ammunition in suspicious circumstances);
(d) section 27B (carrying firearm with criminal intent).
Unlawful seizure of aircraft and vehicles
13. Any offence under section 10 of this Act (unlawful seizure of vehicles).