Day: August 9, 2020

THEFT

THEFT Written by: Tushitta INTRODUCTION Theft is an offence in which the movable property of a person is taken away without his consent. Theft is defined as, any person intending to take any movable property without consent, out of the possession of any person. INTENTION Intention plays a major role. Hence, if Z owes money to A for getting his car repaired and if A keeps the car with him lawfully, as a security for …

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Offence related to marriage

Offence related to marriage Written By Siddharth Singh As stated within the Rigveda and other scriptures, women held a high place of respect within the society in ancient India. But with the change in social, political and economic lifestyles, women lost their status and respect. Many evil customs and traditions stepped during which enslaved the ladies and tied them to the boundaries of the house. On one hand there’s a decline within the sex ratio, …

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CRIMINAL TRESPASS

CRIMINAL TRESPASS Written by:Ritika Sarkar Introduction Trespass means entering someone’s property without his permission. Every individual has full liberty to enjoy his property without any interference that’s how trespass was made an offence. Although trespass is a civil wrong for which defendant can be seued and damages can be claimed. But when such trespass involves criminal mind it becomes criminal trespass. It can be both moveable and immovable property with respect to criminal trespass. There …

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JOINT LIABILITY

JOINT LIABILITY WRITTEN BY: HARSHITA GUPTA INTRODUCTION The law concerning to ‘Joint Liability’ is contained in Sections 34-38 of IPC, 1860. Other sections relating to joint liability are Section 120A and B which lays down criminal conspiracy and punishment for it, section 149 relating to “unlawful assembly”, Section 396 dealing with “dacoity with murder or grievous hurt” and section 460- “Persons jointly concerned in lurking house trespass by night causing death or grievous hurt by …

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KIDNAPPING AND ABDUCTION 

KIDNAPPING AND ABDUCTION  Written by:Ankita Mathur KIDNAPPING Kidnapping in layman terms means taking away of a person against their will by force, deceit or threat. Kidnapping are of two types, these are (i)kidnapping from India and(ii)kidnapping from lawful guardianship. Section 360 talks about kidnapping from India​    . According to this section if a person takes​ another person beyond the territory or limits of India without the consent of the person or the consent of the …

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