SECTION 453 IPC - Indian Penal Code - Punishment for lurking house-trespass or house-breaking

Last Updated: 01 May, 2024
By Advocate Chikirsha Mohanty

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Whoever commits lurking house-trespass or house-breaking, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to two years, and shall also be liable to fine.

IPC 453 in Simple Words

If someone commits lurking house-trespass or house-breaking, they can be punished with imprisonment for up to two years, and may also be fined.

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Offence : Lurking house trespass or house-breaking

Punishment : 2 Years + Fine

Cognizance : Cognizable

Bail : Non-Bailable

Triable : Any Magistrate

453. Punishment for house-trespassing or house-breaking while hiding. Anyone who commits lurking trespass, or breaks into a house, will be punished by imprisonment for up to two years. They may also be fined.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Section 452 IPC bailable or not?

Punishment under Section 452 IPC This offence can be tried by any magistrate, is not bailable and does not require a judge to decide it. This offence does not fall under the category of compoundable offenses. 21 February 2022

What is IPC section 457?

Section 457: House-breaking or trespassing by night to commit an offence punishable by imprisonment.

What is Section 455 of IPC?

IPC 455 in Simple Words A person who commits a lurking house trespass, house breaking, or assaults, restrains, or threatens anyone with the intent to harm them, can be sentenced to imprisonment of up to 10 years and fined. 1 Dec 2023

What do you mean by lurking house trespass?

Description. Looming house-trespass is committed by someone who conceals a house-trespass in order to avoid being identified or removed from the building or vessel that is the object of the trespass.