Law against Willful defaulters – 2

Organizations Act, 2013 – Section 447 and 448 would be relevant concerning wilful defaulters. S. 447 discussions about somebody being seen as liable of misrepresentation, will be culpable with detainment of a half year which can reach out as long as ten years, or with a fine of sum multiple times more than the engaged... Continue Reading →

Types of Defamation

This is law which defines what basically defamation means and the exceptions related to it. There are basically 3 forms of defamation. These are as follows- Libel Defamation- It is printing statement about something which is not true in written words or pictures. False and malicious statements made in writing, printed on signs or published... Continue Reading →

Facts related to Defamation in India

Defamation in India has become a quite common issue due to the evil minded people in the society and who are basically jealous of the success of the other people in the society and hence they go at any level to defame that person in the best possible manner. It is not a greatest sin... Continue Reading →


This article will define the provisions and differences between kidnapping and abduction. KIDNAPPING:-   There are two kinds of kidnapping :- Kidnapping from India and Kidnapping from lawful guardianship. Kidnapping from India: Section 360 of the IPC states that whoever conveys any person beyond the limits of India without the consent of that person, or of... Continue Reading →

Offences against property – part 3

OFFENCES AGAINST PROPERTY- PART 3 This article will provide information on offences like Cheating, Mischief, Forgery which are also comes under offences against property. 1. CHEATING Sec 415 of IPC defines Cheating as: Whoever, by deceiving any person, fraudulently or dishonestly induces the person so deceived to deliver any property to any person, or to... Continue Reading →

Offences against Property – 2

In last article we get to know about the offences against property till Section 395 and this article is the continuation of last article and we will get to know sections of Criminal Misappropriation and Criminal Breach of Trust. 1. CRIMINAL MISAPPROPRIATION Sec 403 of IPC defines Dishonest misappropriation of property as: Whoever dishonestly misappropriates... Continue Reading →

Right to Private Defence – Part 2

This article deals with rest of section of Right to private defence. All the sections mentioned in the article hereunder are from the Indian Penal Code Sec 98 deals with right of private defence against the act of a person of unsound mind etc. It states that when an act, which would otherwise be a... Continue Reading →

General Exception in Indian Penal Code – part 3

GENERAL EXCEPTION UNDER IPC- PART 3 This article will deal with section 85 to 92 of IPC. 1. INTOXICATION Alcohol is strongly associated with the crimes of violence.  The effect of alcohol is that it is a depressant which reduces the stimulation of brain and whereby a person loses control of his acts. It weakens... Continue Reading →

General Exception under Indian Penal Code 2

This article will provide further information on the chapter of General Exceptions. In this article we will talk about section 81 to 84 of the IPC. 1. NECESSITY Sec 81 of IPC recognises the doctrine of necessity as a defence against criminal liability. It is based on two maxims: “Quod necessitas non habet legem” which... Continue Reading →

General Exceptions under Indian Penal Code

GENERAL EXCEPTION UNDER IPC- PART 1 Chapter IV of IPC, comprising sec 76-106, exempts certain acts from criminal liability. Though the act of an accused prima facie falls within the terms of an offence, does not constitute an offence if it is covered by the exceptions given under this chapter. A wrongdoer, who has committed... Continue Reading →

Animal Rights 4

What part of our ethic for individuals is by and large so expanded? One that is, truth be told, very relevant to creature use, is the key issue of gauging the interests of the person against those of the overall government assistance. Various social orders have given various responses to this issue. Authoritarian social orders... Continue Reading →

Offences relating to Marriage

INTRODUCTION A generally accepted definition of marriage is that of matrimony or wedlock, which is a culturally recognised social sanction of union between two people. This union helps in establishing rights and obligations between two people coming together in this union, along with their children, and the in-laws. This sacrosanct institution of marriage has been existing through... Continue Reading →

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