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Section 405 IPC - Offence Of Criminal Breach Of Trust Is Not Attracted If There Was Not Entrustment Of Property With Accused: Supreme Court

Section 405 IPC - Offence Of Criminal Breach Of Trust Is Not Attracted If There Was Not Entrustment Of Property With Accused: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court observed that the offence of criminal breach of trust under Section 405 will not be attracted if there was no entrustment of the property with the accused.Sine qua non for attracting ...

24 May 2022 3:20 AM GMT
Immovable Property Can Be Subject Matter Of Offence Of Criminal Breach Of Trust U/s 405 IPC: Kerala HC [Read Order]

Immovable Property Can Be Subject Matter Of Offence Of Criminal Breach Of Trust U/s 405 IPC: Kerala HC [Read Order]

'In order to establish 'entrustment or dominion' over property to an accused person the mere existence of that person's dominion over property is not enough.'

6 Jun 2019 3:54 PM GMT