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Central Government Act Section 452 in The Indian Penal Code 452. House-trespass after preparation for hurt, assault or wrong
Central Government Act
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they were also convicted for the offence under Section 452 IPC and sentenced to undergo three years' rigorous ... also found guilty of the offence under Section 452 IPC. Section 452 IPC reads as follows
Madras High Court
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452 I.P.C . and 323 IPC read with Section 34 I.P.C. The sentence of life ... years' rigorous imprisonment under Section 452 I.P.C. and one year's rigorous imprisonment under Section
Allahabad High Court
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Mahender was convicted for the offence punishable under section 452 / 34 IPC and acquitted of other charges ... prosecution, for sustaining a conviction under Section 452 IPC. 15. Counsel for the appellants submitted that even assuming
Delhi High Court
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Mahender was convicted for the offence punishable under section 452 / 34 IPC and acquitted of other charges ... prosecution, for sustaining a conviction under Section 452 IPC. 15. Counsel for the appellants submitted that even assuming
Delhi High Court
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applicants for the offences under section 452 , 323 and 114 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). The applicants ... basic requirements of section 452 being satisfied, the conviction of the applicants under section 452 IPC cannot
Gujarat High Court
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undergo simple imprisonment for one month under Section 452 I.P.C. and rigorous imprisonment for one year ... undergo simple imprisonment for one month under Section 452 I.P.C. and rigorous imprisonment for one year
Madras High Court
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accused appellants were also convicted under Section 452 , IPC and each of them was sentenced to 3 years ... committed error in convicting the accused-appellants Under Section 452 IPC when there was no substantive charge framed
Rajasthan High Court
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Mahender was convicted for the offence punishable under section 452 / 34 IPC and acquitted of other charges ... prosecution, for sustaining a conviction under Section 452 IPC. 15. Counsel for the appellants submitted that even assuming
Delhi High Court
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Mahender was convicted for the offence punishable under section 452 / 34 IPC and acquitted of other charges ... prosecution, for sustaining a conviction under Section 452 IPC. 15. Counsel for the appellants submitted that even assuming
Delhi High Court
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