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Ratanlal and Dhirajlal's Law of Crimes (3 Volume Set)

Ratanlal and Dhirajlal's Law of Crimes (3 Volume Set)

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  • Author(s): Ratanlal, Dhirajlal
  • Publisher: Bharat Law House
  • Edition: 28 Ed 2018
  • ISBN 13 9788177372595
  • Approx. Pages 3680+ contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 18 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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A Commentary on
The Indian Penal Code, 1860
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Description
Every field of law is important, as the framework of laws and their regulation control society, to achieve peace and harmony in human affairs, The difference between penal laws and other laws is that penal laws have irreversible consequences. These consequences are in the nature of preventive custody pending investigation and trial, and the sufferance of a sentence after conviction. Whether it is a singular day's incarceration or a longer jail term, those who have experienced captivity and confinement, hold a uniform view, that jail has a direct equation quotient with life itself. They understand, that the numbers of days, weeks, months and years spent in jail, are equal to the period of life lost. And that is why, there ought never to be a mistaken incarceration, pending trial and/or on conviction. For, that would result in deprivation of the concerned individual's life itself, for no fault of his. And, no one can return back to such person, that vital part of his life, which has been taken away. This is the converse consequence, of the justice delivery system, dealing with penal laws. Penal misdemeanours are perceived as crimes against society itself. Investigation and prosecution, carried on within the framework of law, should legitimately end with the conviction of an accused, and the imposition of an appropriate sentence, commensurate with the proven crime. Every time a trial ends in an acquittal, wrongful or otherwise, it must be understood, that the purpose of justice has not been served. For an acquittal means, that the crime has gone unpunished. An acquittal therefore necessarily entails, that the real perpetrator of the crime committed against the victim, has gone scot free. For this, the victim and/or his family and circle of friends, would never forgive society, and those in charge of the administration of penal laws. This is the direct consequence of penal laws.

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Contents
Volume 1
Chapter I       - Introduction
Chapter II      - General Explanations
Chapter III     - Of Punishments
Chapter IV     - General Exceptions
Chapter V      - Of Abetment
Chapter VA   - Criminal Conspiracy
Chapter VI    - Of Offences against the State
Chapter VII   - Of Offences Relating to the Army, Navy and Air Force
Chapter VIII  - Of Offences against the Public Tranquillity
Chapter IX     - Of Offences by or Relating to Public Servants
Chapter IXA  - Of Offences Relating to Elections
Chapter X      - Of Contempts of the Lawful Authority of Public Servants
Chapter XI     - Of False Evidence and Offences against Public Justice
Subject Index
Volume 2
Chapter XVI     - Of Offences Affecting the Human Body of Offences Affecting Life
Chapter XVII    - Of Offences against Property
Chapter XVIII   - Of Offences Relating to Documents and to Property Marks
Chapter XIX      - Of the Criminal Breach of Contracts of Service
Chapter XX       - Of Offences Relating to Marriage
Chapter XXA    - Of  Cruelty by Husband or Relatives of Husband
Chapter XXI      - Of Defamation
Chapter XXII    - Of Criminal Intimidation, Insult and Annoyance
Chapter XX III  - Of Attempts to Commit Offences
    Subject Index
Volume 3
Chapter XII    - Of Offence Relating to Coin and Government Stamps
Chapter XIII  - Of Offences Relating to Weights and Measures
Chapter XIV  - Of Offences Affecting the Public Health, Safety, Convenience, Decency and Morals
Chapter XV   - Of Offences Relating to Religion
Chapter XVI  - Of Offences Affecting the Human Body of Offences Affecting Life
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Author Details
Author  - Ratanlal & Dhirajlal
Revising Author - Sreeniwas Gupta
Former Reader/Associate Professor (Law), Sri Jai Narayan PG College, Lucknow University, Lucknow
With assistance of - Dr. Preeti Mishra
Associate Professor (Law) & HOD Deptt. of Human Rights, School for Legal Studies, Babasahib Bhim Rao Ambedkar University, Lucknow
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