Tagged: Indian Penal Code

A collection of all the Judgements of Indian Penal Code.

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA – THE COMPENSATION IS STILL RECOVERABLE IN A CHEQUE BOUNCE CASE BY THE COMPLAINANT EVEN THOUGH THE ACCUSED HAS SERVED THE DEFAULT SENTENCE

The question that arose before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India was that what happens to the money receivable by the Complainant in the form of Compensation when the Accused undergoes jail term, in default of the compensation, under such circumstances is the Compensation still recoverable by the Complainant? The Hon’ble Supreme Court observes that that the gravity of offences...

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA – WHETHER CONSENSUAL SEX WITHOUT ANY DELIBERATION ABOUT MARRIAGE IS WITHIN THE DEFINITION OF RAPE?

Supreme Court of India Date of Judgement: 06.01.2016 The Supreme Court has observed that if no deliberation about marriage between the prosecutrix and the accused took place before the alleged sexual contact which was consensual, it cannot be said that the consent has been given under misconception of marriage, while acquitting the accused from all the charges against him. In...

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA – MATRIMONIAL DISPUTES – CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE SECTION 41 – INDIAN PENAL CODE SECTION 498-A AND DOWRY PROHIBITION ACT SECTION 4 – ANTICIPATORY BAIL AGAINST ARREST – PROVISIONS ARE USED AS WEAPONS RATHER THAN TOOL OF LAW

Supreme Court of India Date of Judgement: 02.07.2014 Supreme Court of India-Matrimonial Disputes-Code of Criminal Procedure Section 41 – Indian Penal Code Section 498-A  and Dowry Prohibition Act Section 4- Anticipatory bail against arrest – provisions are used as weapons rather than tool of law – attitude to arrest first and then proceed with the rest is despicable – it has...

DELHI HIGH COURT – BAILABLE OFFENCE & DECLARATION OF PROCLAIMED OFFENDER UNDER SECTION 82 & 83 OF CR.P.C & SECTION 174A OF INDIAN PENAL CODE

Delhi High Court Date of Judgement: 22.05.2014 The brief facts of the case are that the petitioner/ complainant lodged FIR under Sections 325/34 IPC and Vide order dated 09.12.2010, learned Metropolitan Magistrate, Delhi issued process under Section 82 Cr.P.C. against Respondent No. 2 and directed for publication in one leading newspaper having circulation in the concerned area. The Respondent No....