Nature of grievance

There are several offences being defined under IPC which are committed in relation to properties, both movable and immovable. Depending upon the nature of acts and omissions attributed and alleged against the person, the applicable section may be invoked against him.


Sr. No.

Offence

1

IPC Section 206 preventing the property from its seizure as forfeited or in execution

2

IPC Section 383 extortion by putting a person in fear of injury to cause said person to deliver any property or valuable security

3

IPC Section 385 putting a person in fear of injury in order to commit extortion

4

IPC Section 387 putting a person in fear of death or grievous Hurt

5

IPC Section 403 for criminal misappropriation of property

6

IPC Section 405 against Public Servant or whoever for criminal breach of trust

7

IPC Section 411 for dishonestly receiving stolen property

8

IPC Section 413 for habitually dealing in stolen property

9

IPC Section 415 for cheating, not involving valuable property

10

IPC Section 420 for cheating involving valuable property

11

IPC Section 421 illegal acts thereby preventing distribution of property among creditors

12

IPC Section 422 illegal acts thereby preveting debt being available for creditors

13

IPC Section 423 executing deed of transfer of false statement of consideration

14

IPC Section 424 removing or concealing any property or releasing any property so as to deprive the creditors

15

IPC Section 441, 447 for criminal trespass

16

IPC Section 463 making of false document / forgery of document, to cause prejudice to any person

17

IPC Section 467 making of false document of valuable security to cause prejudice to any person

18

IPC Section 468 making of false document to cheat

19

IPC Section 471 using false document as genuine document


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