Nature of grievance

There are some offences being defined under IPC for knowingly making false claim in the Court of law, or knowingly suffers a decree against them although no sum due against them. Depending upon the nature of acts and omissions attributed and alleged against the person, the applicable section may be invoked against him.


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Offence

1

IPC Section 208 against any person who fraudulently suffering decree against him for sum not actually due

2

IPC Section 209 against any person who dishonestly making false claim in the Court

3

IPC Section 210 against any person who fraudulently obtaining decree although no sum due


If the person Accused is apparently not directly involved in the alleged offence, but has caused the occurrence of the offence by way of indirect participation in the crime or otherwise, the criminal liability may be fastened upon such persons on the basis of sharing the “common intention” as suggested and defined u/s 34 of IPC; or by way of “abetment” as suggested and defined u/ss 107 to 116 of IPC; or by way of “criminal conspiracy” as suggested and defined u/s 120A of IPC, 1860. Read further at links below.

http://thepracticeoflawjalan.blogspot.in/2012/04/offence-common-intention-criminal.html

http://thepracticeoflawjalan.blogspot.com/2013/01/abetment.html

http://thepracticeoflawjalan.blogspot.com/2012/04/offence-criminal-conspiracy.html