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Common Intention under Section 34 Indian Penal Code (IPC), 1860

Section 34 IPC does not in any way specify any separate offence and states the only rule of evidence. It only goes to the extent of defining the vicarious liability in the certain acts committed by several persons in the perpetuation of common intention. It is essentially read with the relevant section under which the offence is committed.

Public Nuisance

Nuisance is the unjust interference with the ones right to use and enjoy his property this is indirect interference, unlike trespass it is not actionable per se, the special damage has to be proved. When nuisance is to a person individually then it would amount to nuisance as a tort or private nuisance, when the […]

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 […]