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SANJAY DIXIT (Advocate)     07 March 2008

OFFENCES COMPOUNDABLE WITH THE PERMISSION OF COURT

OFFENCES COMPOUNDABLE WITH THE PERMISSION OF COURT



The offences punishable under the section of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860), specified in the first two columns of the table next following may, with the permission of the court before which any prosecution for such offence is pending, be compounded by the persons mentioned in the third column of that table :--

TABLE

Offence

Section of the Indian Penal Code applicable

Person by whom offence may be compounded

1

2

3

Voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means

324

The person to whom hurt is caused.

Voluntarily causing grievous hurt.

325

Ditto.

Voluntarily causing grievous hurt on grave and sudden provocation.

335

Ditto.

Causing hurt by doing an act so rashly and negligently as to endanger human life or the personal safety of others.

337

Ditto.

Causing grievous hurt by doing an act so rashly and negligently as to endanger human life or the personal safety of others.

338

Ditto.

Wrongfully confining a person for three days or more.

343

The person confined.

Wrongfully confining for ten or more days.

344

Ditto.

Wrongfully confining a person in secret

346

Ditto.

Assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty.

354

The woman assaulted to whom the criminal force was used.

Assault or criminal force in attempting wrongfully to confine a person.

357

The person assaulted to whom the force was used.

Theft, where the value of property stolen does not exceed two hundred and fifty rupees.

379

The owner of the property stolen.

Theft by clerk or servant of property in possession of master, where the value of the property stolen does not exceed two hundred and fifty rupees.

381

Ditto

Dishonest misappropriation of property.

403

The owner of the property misappropriated.

Criminal breach of trust, where the value of the property does not exceed two hundred and fifty rupees.

406

The owner of the property in respect of which the breach of trust has been committed.

Criminal breach of trust by a carrier, wharfinger, etc. value of property does not exceed two hundred and fifty rupees

407

Ditto

Criminal breach of trust by a clerk or servant, where the value of the property does not exceed two hundred and fifty rupees.

408

Ditto.

Dishonestly receiving stolen property, knowing it to be stolen, when the value of the stolen property does not exceed two hundred and fifty rupees.

411

The owner of the property stolen.

Assisting in the concealment or disposal of stolen property, knowing it to be stolen, where the value of the stolen property does not exceed two hundred and fifty rupees.

414

The owner of the property stolen.

Cheating.

417

The person cheated.

Cheating a person whose interest the offender was bound. Either by law or by legal contract, to protect.

418

Ditto.

Cheating by personation:

419

Ditto.

Cheating and dishonestly including delivery of property or the making, alteration or destruction of a valuable security.

420

Ditto.

Fraudulent removal or concealment of property, etc. to prevent distribution among creditors.

421

The creditors who are affected thereby.

Fraudulently preventing from being made available for his creditors a debit or demand due to the offender.

422

Ditto.

Fraudulent execution of deed of transfer containing false statement of consideration.

423

The person affected thereby.

Fraudulent removal or concealment of property.

424

Ditto.

Mischief by killing or maiming animal of the value of ten rupees or up wards.

428

The owner of the animal.

Mischief by killing or maiming cattle, etc. of any value or of any other animal of the value of fifty rupees or up wards.

429

The owner of the cattle or animal.

Mischief by injury to work of irrigation by wrongfully diverting water when the only loss or damage caused is loss or damage to a private person.

430

The person to whom the loss or damage is caused.

House-trespass to commit an offence (other than theft) punishable with imprisonment.

451

The person in possession of the house-trespassed upon.

Using a false trade or property mark

482

The person to whom loss or injury is caused by such use.

Counterfeiting a trade or property mark used by another.

483

The person whose trade or property mark is counterfeited.

Knowingly selling or exposing or possessing for sale or for manufacturing purpose. Good marked with a counterfeited property mark.

486

Ditto.

Marrying again during the lifetime of a husband or wife.

494

The husband or wife of the person so marrying.

Defamation against the President or the Vice-President or the Governor of a State or the Administrator of a Union territory or a Minister in respect of his conduct in the discharge of his public functions when instituted upon a complaint made by the public prosecutor.

500

The person defamed.

Uttering words or sounds or making gestures or exhibiting any object intending to insult the modesty of a woman or intruding upon the privacy of a woman.

509

The woman whom it was intended to insult or whose privacy was intruded upon.


 
 
 


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 6 Replies

Kalpana.S (-)     07 March 2008

Thanks for the info

Shambasiv (n/a)     08 March 2008

Thanks Mr.Sanjay

Guest (n/a)     08 March 2008

Hi, i want to know the diffrence b/w a compoudable & non-compoundable offence mention in the INDIAN PENAL CODE. with regard

Guest (n/a)     10 March 2008

In the compoundable offence "the complainant is having liberty to take complaint back against the accused person" It means settlement between the parties. In the non-compoundable offence, there is no such provision/permission is granted.

SANJAY DIXIT (Advocate)     16 March 2008

Thanks & Welcome all of you.......

Adv.Swapnil Gaikwad (lawyer)     09 March 2017

i want judgment on u/s 408 ipc cannot file complaint against stranger

 


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