SECTION 33 IPC - Indian Penal Code - "Act". "Omission"

Last Updated: 01 Jul, 2024
By Advocate Chikirsha Mohanty

The word ?act? denotes as well as series of acts as a single act: the word ?omission? denotes as well a series of omissions as a single omission.

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What is Section 33 of the IPC?

The Indian Penal Code section 33 deals with illegal acts or omissions. The section states that anyone who aids and abets a criminal act or facilitates an offense by another person is guilty of the crime. 10 Mar 2023

What is Section 33 in Hindi?

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What is Section 34 of the IPC?

The section 34 IPC explains the actions committed by multiple people in support of a common purpose. This section states that when a criminal act has been committed by multiple people in support of a common intention, they are all liable in the same way as if the act had been done by them alone. 6 Dec 2023