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Central Government Act Section 90 in The Indian Penal Code 90. Consent known to be given under fear or misconception ... such a consent as it intended by any section of this Code, if the consent is given by a person
Central Government Act
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revision petitioner does not require repetition. 7 (a). Section 90 IPC reads as follows: Consent known ... held referring to Sections 375 , 376 and 417 read with Section 90 IPC and Section
Andhra High Court
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misconception of fact" here so as to attract Section 90 I.P.C. It is therefore submitted that the entire ... Section 90 are from the point of view of the victim. The second part of Section 90 enacts the corresponding
Kerala High Court
- Cites 33 - Cited by 1 - Full Document
accused Ishwar in case Crime No. 327/90 under Section 365 , I.P.C ., the copy ... Crime No. 252/90 under Section 307 , I.P.C . and the statement of the witnesses under Section
Allahabad High Court
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1992 CriLJ 779
- S Raza - Full Document
induced by misconception of fact. Section 90 , IPC cannot be called in aid in such a case ... conditions must be fulfilled for the application of Section 90 , IPC . Firstly, it must be shown that
Gauhati High Court
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2008 CriLJ 1099
- P Agarwal - Full Document
Section 90 . Section 90 Page 7 of 22 R/CR.MA/15688/2014 CAV JUDGMENT reads as follows : "90. Consent ... Section 90 cannot, however, be construed as an exhaustive definition of consent for the purposes of the Indian Penal Code
Gujarat High Court
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relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code , namely Section 375 and Section 90 which read as follows :- "375. Rape ... special provision, the general provision namely Section 90 of the Indian Penal Code was not of much assistance
Supreme Court of India
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under the Code is explained by Section 90 . Section 90 reads as follows: "90. Consent known to be given under ... Section 90 cannot, however be construed as an exhaustive definition of consent for the purposes of the Indian Penal Code
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 11 - Cited by 73 - P V Reddi - Full Document
explained in first part of Section 90 . There are two grounds specified in Section 90 which are analogous to coercion ... occurring in Section 90 in the context of the offence of kidnapping under Section 361 IPC
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 19 - Cited by 26 - A Pasayat - Full Document
consenting party, especially in view of Section 90 of ... before the Police on 10.10.1996. On the strength of Sections 24 , 25 and 26 of the Indian Evidence
Kerala High Court
- Cites 59 - Cited by 1 - Full Document
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