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Offence Of Mischief Under Indian Law

‘Mischief’ is defined under section 425 of the Indian Penal Code. In fact, the section corresponds to the offence known in English law as “malicious injury to property” in which malice is presumed from the nature of the act committed and its illegality. Section 425 of the IPC based on the principle enunciated in the […]


Section 354 C deals with the offence of Voyeurism which means being happy or deriving pleasure simply by seeing a scene.. Voyeurism means derivation of sexual satisfaction by watching people secretly. If a man watches a woman engaged private activities, he has committed the offence of voyeurism. EXISTING PROVISION There is no specific offence under […]

Crime committed by minor | Juvenile Justice Act

Overview A person who has not attained the statutory age of majority i.e., 18 years of age is treated as a Juvenile in Indian legal system. In common usage, they are known as minors. Any crime committed by minor falls within the purview of Juvenile Justice Act. The purpose of this act is to bring […]