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White Coller and Anti Bribe Law 

The term "white collar" denotes non-manual work, often in professional or managerial roles. White collar crimes encompass non-violent offenses typically occurring in business or professional settings, such as fraud, embezzlement, and money laundering.


In India, white collar crimes fall under the purview of various laws, including the Indian Penal Code, the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, and the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002.


Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988:

The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, plays a crucial role in combating corruption in India. It criminalizes a range of corrupt practices, such as accepting or giving bribes. This law enables the prosecution of both public servants and private individuals engaged in corrupt activities.


Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002:

The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002, is designed to curb money laundering in India. It criminalizes the process of disguising illegal proceeds as legitimate funds. The act empowers the investigation and prosecution of individuals and entities involved in money laundering activities.

Legal Representation for White Collar Crimes:

If you find yourself accused of a white collar crime in India, it's imperative to consult with experienced legal professionals. Adhivakta Law Chamber specializes in providing comprehensive legal representation to safeguard your rights and interests.


In the complex legal landscape of white collar crimes in India, Adhivakta Law Chamber stands as your ally. Our team of skilled lawyers possesses the expertise to navigate the intricacies of the Indian Penal Code, Prevention of Corruption Act, and Prevention of Money Laundering Act. Trust us to defend your rights and provide effective legal representation.

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