CLAT Legal-Aptitude Criminal Law Revision (Page 3 of 4)

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Absence of Criminal Intent

The exceptions under the for punishment along with Section 80 also include those who were unsound or intoxicated at the time of act, given that they had no criminal intention to do that act. Also under this, children below 7… (10 more words) …

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Criminal Misappropriation

Any person, if with dishonest intentions try to move a movaeable property or convert it as its own is said to have done dishonest misappropriation of property under Section 403 and he will be jailed for two years or fined… (91 more words) …

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Breach of Trust

Section 405 of IPC states that any person who is given responsibility to handle any property or to retain with him, misappropriates it or wrongly claims for it or does not use it and distributes it as it mentioned in… (132 more words) …

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Actus Reus

In Juristic concept, actus reus represents the physical aspect of crime. How the crime affected the victim physically and what was his conduct at that particular time is included in this. This concept may be applied with consideration of place,… (72 more words) …

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Unsound Mind

Section 84 of the IPC is the section of law that has been laid out to rescue such persons who have committed crime on the basis that they were not mentally sound. Now, however, soundness of mind has no definition,… (284 more words) …

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