Section 500 IPC Defamation

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(Querist)
15 August 2009

Could any one send me a sample complaint to be filed under section 499, 500 IPC, the complaint is based on the defamtory written statement given by the repondent before the quasi judicial body.
regards


A V Vishal (Expert)
16 August 2009

For criminal complaint other than police, no prescribed format is available. Complaint must contain facts of the case viz. date of offence, place of offence, mode of commission of crime and prayer and names of witnesses.

A.A.JOSE BARODA (Expert)
16 August 2009

It is further advisable to serve a proper notice to person concerned before filing complaint in such cases. You have to bring out all relevant facts leading to the commission of the alleged offence of defamation in your notice and complaint. No stardard format applicable in all cases could be found, but one has to modulate the same looking to the fact situation please.

With best wishes,

Shyam Ji Srivastava (Expert)
16 August 2009

Dear Bhatia,

My learned friend A.V.Vishal and A.A.Josh is correct

Ravi Arora (Expert)
16 August 2009

do agree with mr jose

Adinath@Avinash Patil (Expert)
17 August 2009

There is no prescribed form to file criminal complaints.you have to bring all ingrediants of offence.Place of offence and date &time & witness list also necessary.

Rajinder Bhatia (Querist)
17 August 2009

the legal difference between libal and slander, while filing the complaint u/s 500

raj kumar makkad (Expert)
13 September 2009

Though the reply to your quarry has already been provided in detail despite of this if you require any copy of previously filed complaint as sought by you, you please call me at 09416058227. I shall mail it to your ID as I had also filed a defamation complaint on the basis of defamatory facts brought in one written statement by accused persons.riven

Sachin Bhatia (Expert)
02 October 2009

There is no prescribed format for criminal complaint. You have to bring out all relevant facts of the alleged offence of defamation in your notice and complaint.

Gulshan Tanwar (Expert)
01 May 2010

Defamation is unconstitutional, I am contesting it against constitutionality



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