CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Criminal Law Revision (Page 1 of 4)

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Exceptions Provided Under Chapter IV

General Categories Mistake of Fact Section 76 of the IPC i. e. the Indian Penal Code which gives liberation to a person for any mistake committed as a fact and not under law.

Illustration 1 ‘A’, a soldier starts firing

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Meaning of Criminal Law

Criminal Law is the body of law that relates to crime. These laws are made with punishment as its bearer torch so as to prohibit and prevent citizens of the society to take to wild and unsocial behavior or conduct.

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Defamation

Section 499 states that a person is said to defame other person if he by any means of spoken, singing, written, or visuals, publishes any imputation to harm the reputation of such person.

Illustration ‘A’ stole ‘B’s watch. When asked

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Private Defence

Section 96 to 106 are such sections of the Indian Penal Code which state any ordinary person can have weapons to keep with himself to defend himself in case of attack and harm others in the process of doing others.

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Theft

Any person who takes a moveable property which is in possession of some other person, without the consent of that person is said to have committed theft under Section 378 of IPC. In order to constitute the offence of theft,

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