Day: May 28, 2021

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NERVOUS SHOCK BY SHIVEN

Nervous shock In English law, a nervous shock is a psychiatric illness or injury inflicted upon a person by intentional or negligent actions or omissions of another. Often it is a psychiatric disorder triggered by witnessing an accident, for example an injury caused to one’s parents or spouse. Although the term “nervous shock” has been […]

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inevitable accident by shiven

Inevitable Accident. In the cases we have just been considering the act by which the damage is caused has been specially authorized. Let us now turn to the class of cases which differ from these in that the act is not specially authorized, but is simply an act which, in itself, a man may lawfully […]

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Article on criminal conspiracy by Nishil kaushal @lexcliq

What is Criminal Conspiracy? Chapter VA of the Indian legal code, 1860 defines criminal conspiracy and additionally describes the penalty of criminal conspiracy.   Section 120A. – Definition of criminal conspiracy – once 2 or a lot of per­sons comply with do or cause to be done An misbr act, or An act that isn’t […]

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Assault with Intent to Commit Murder by Kanika Bhatia

  The definition of assault varies by jurisdiction but is generally defined as intentionally putting another person in resonable apprehension of an imminent harmful or offensive contact. Physical injury is not required. ASSAULT AND BATTERY In an act of physical violence by one person against another, “assault” is usually paired with battery.In an act of […]

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HOW TO LODGE AN FIR

HOW TO LODGE AN FIR BY: TUSHAR RAI FIR stands for ‘First Information Report.’ A First Information Report as the name suggests is the first step towards any criminal proceeding that leads to the trial and subsequent punishment of a criminal. It is a document that places on record the victim’s side of the story. […]

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