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violent rage. A, a bystander, intending to take advantage of B’s rage, and to cause him to kill ... sudden quarrel and without the offender having taken undue advantage or acted in a cruel or unusual manner. Explanation
Central Government Act
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Punjab-Haryana High Court Surender vs State Of Haryana on 6 December, 2012 Criminal Appeal
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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Delhi High Court Manjeet Singh vs State (Nct Of Delhi) on 19 March, 2014 Author
Delhi High Court
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sudden quarrel and without the offender's having taken undue advantage or acted in a cruel or unusual manner ... prosecution evidence whether the appellant had taken an undue advantage or acted in a cruel or unusual manner
Bombay High Court
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sudden quarrel and without the offender having taken undue advantage or acted in a cruel or unusual manner ... extraordinarily cruel manner so as to take undue advantage of the situation. Under such circumstances, the culpable homicide
Gujarat High Court
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passion upon a sudden quarrel without taking any undue advantage, nor he acted in a cruel or unusual manner ... sudden quarrel and without the offender having taken undue advantage or acted in a cruel or unusual manner . Explanation
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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Delhi High Court Vikas Alias Vicky Alias Ponga vs State Govt Of Nct Of Delhi
Delhi High Court
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range to an unarmed person, thus, he had taken undue advantage. Therefore, Exception 4 of Section 300 IPC does ... sudden quarrel and without the offenders having taken undue advantage or acted in a cruel or unusual manner." According
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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have been taken from the UNCAC's formulation of "undue advantage". 2.5.2 To put it simply, the UK Act talks ... financial or other advantage" while the UNCAC talks about "undue advantage", although neither Act/Convention define these phrases. The effect
Law Commission Report
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sudden quarrel and without the offender having taken undue advantage or acted in a cruel or unusual manner. Explanation ... heat of passion. d. The offender not having taken undue advantage or acted in a cruel or unusual manner
Delhi High Court
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