SECTION 210 IPC - Indian Penal Code - Fraudulently obtaining decree for sum not due



Description of IPC Section 210

According to section 210 of Indian penal code, Whoever fraudulently obtains a decree or order against any person for a sum not due, or for a larger sum than is due or for any property or interest in property to which he is not entitled, or fraudulently causes a decree or order to be executed against any person after it has been satisfied or for anything in respect of which it has been satisfied, or fraudulently suffers or permits any such act to be done in his name, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine, or with both.

Offence : Fraudulently obtaining a decree for a sum not due, or causing a decree to be executed after it has been satisfied


Punishment : 2 Years or Fine or Both


Cognizance : Non-Cognizable


Bail : Bailable


Triable : Magistrate First Class





FAQ's on IPC Section 210


What offence is defined under IPC 210?

IPC 210 Offence: Fraudulently obtaining a decree for a sum not due, or causing a decree to be executed after it has been satisfied.


What is the punishment for IPC 210 Case?

The punishment for IPC 210 is 2 Years or Fine or Both.


Is IPC 210 cognizable offence or non-cognizable offence?

IPC 210 is a Non-Cognizable.


How to file/defend your case for IPC 210 offence?

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Is IPC 210 bailable or non-bailable offence?

IPC 210 is a Bailable offence.


In what court can IPC 210 be tried?

IPC 210 is tried in the court of Magistrate First Class.


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