IPC 307 – Indian Penal Code Section 307 Attempt to Murder

IPC 307: Section 307 of the Indian penal code states that any individual perpetrating an act with such motive or knowledge, and under such conditions that, if he by that act resulted in demise, he would be culpable of homicide, and shall be castigated with the incarceration of either, by a manner of an interval … Read more

IPC 279 – Indian Penal Code Section 279 Rash Driving or Riding on a Public Way

IPC 279: With the increase in auto-mobiles on the road these days the roads have been much of a stunt. With 30 million cars running all over India it is hard to say if the people behind the wheels are always responsible. Due to increasing numbers of accidents caused by rash driving the legislature was … Read more

Basic Differences Between IPC and CrPC

Differences Between IPC and CrPC: Because illegal acts are regarded crimes in rem, or crimes against society as a whole, the State is the prosecuting party in courts. The Concurrent List deals with criminal law and criminal process, whereas the State List deals with police and prisons. The Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Criminal … Read more

IPC 506 – Indian Penal Code Section 506: Punishment For Criminal Intimidation

IPC 506: Punishment for criminal intimidation is mentioned under section 506 of Indian Penal Code, 1860. Criminal intimidation is punishable by two years in jail, a fine, or both. If the potential danger is to cause death or grievous harm, or to cause the damage to any property by fire, or to commit a criminal … Read more

IPC 306- Indian Penal Code Section 306: Abetment To Suicide

IPC 306:As per section 306 of the Indian criminal code, any person has committed suicide, or who aids in the conduct of such suicide, is punishable by imprisonment of any kind for a time up to 10 years, as well as a fine. What is Said in Section 306 of Indian Penal Code? Before going … Read more

IPC 323- Indian Penal Code Section 323: Punishment For Voluntarily Causing Hurt

IPC 323: The punishment for intentionally causing harm is outlined in Section 323 of the IPC. “Whoever intentionally hurts another must be penalized with imprisonment of the description given for a time. This might extend to a year, or by a fine which might also reach to one thousand rupee, or with both,” according to … Read more

IPC 498A – Indian Penal Code Section 498 A: Cruelty to Women and Misuse of Section 498A

IPC 498A: The term ‘cruelty’ has been interpreted broadly to include inflicting physical or emotional injury on a woman’s body or health, as well as harassing  her or her relatives in order to persuade them to meet any unlawful demand for property or valuable security. Harassment for dowry falls under the purview of the Section’s … Read more

IPC 420 – Indian Penal Code Section 420 Cheating and Dishonestly Inducing Delivery of Property

IPC 420: In this article, we will deal with the section 420 of Indian Penal Code, that is with the matter of Cheating and Dishonestly Inducing Delivery of Property. If you have ever been cheated  or if someone has taken advantage of your naiveness then you are a victim of the offense of ‘Cheating’. It … Read more

IPC 354 – Indian Penal Code Section 354 Assault Or Criminal Force To Woman With Intent To Outrage Her Modesty

IPC 354: In this article, we will deal with the section 354 of Indian Penal Code that is, with the matter of Assault Or Criminal Force To Woman With Intent To Outrage Her Modesty. What does the Indian Penal Code – 354 State? Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 2013 The Indian Penal Code Section-354 states that … Read more

IPC 341- Indian Penal Code Section 341: Punishment For Wrongful Restraint

IPC 341- Indian Penal Code Section 341: The Indian criminal code states that anybody who unlawfully restrains another person will be punished with simple imprisonment for a time that may extend to one month, or with a fine that may amount to five hundred rupees, or with both. Wrongful Restraint may be defined as the … Read more

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