Indian ipc kalmo

STEP: 1: Start
Section -1: Name of the Act and its Implementation Area.
This Act will be known as 'Indian Penal Code' and its jurisdiction will be applicable in the whole of India except in Jammu and Kashmir.
Article 2: Punishment for crimes committed in India.
Every person convicted under this Act will be punished according to this act and not in other ways.
Article 3: Offenses of India's territorial jurisdiction, under any law of India, the offense under which the offense has been committed in India against the offense.
Article 4: The act of off-limits crime will not apply
Article 5: This Act will not apply to certain laws.
A The provisions of the Act for the punishment of related offenses of the State servants or special local law will not be affected by the IPC.
          STEP: 2: specification
Article 6: Understanding the definitions of the Act are subject to the exceptions
Article 7: Once the explanation given is the price of the word
Article 8: Caste.
Article 9: Promise
Article 10: Male, Female
Article 11: Person.
Article 12: People
Article 13: Definition of 'Queen' A O Has been canceled since 1950.
Article 14: Government servant.
Section - 15: Canceled in 1937
Cancellation in Article 16: 1937
Article 17: Government
Article 18: India (Indian territory except Jammu and Kashmir State).
Article - 19: Judge
Article 20: Court (Court)
Article 21: Definition of a state corporation or company law established by a law of local authority, regional, state or central government, in the state or central government job, salaried employees, officers, officers of defense forces, judges, jury members, accesses, arbitrators) The person who is in the government company's job
Article 22: movable property.
Section 23: Illegal Benefit.
Article 24
Section - 25: fraud
Article 26: If there is a reason to believe in something, then it is because of believing it.
Article 27: When a property is in possession of his wife, servant or clerk, the property will be said to be in possession of that person.
Article 28: 'The matter of making false'
Article - 29: Document.
Article - 29A: Electronic Records.
Article 30: Precious Security
Article 31: Legislation (Will).
Article 32: Includes illegal business practices in the words mentioned in the act
Article 33: Act, Work.
Article 34: General intention.
(If a person has committed a criminal act to carry out his usual intention, then the act itself (in each person) will be liable in the same way)
 Article 35: When such act is criminal due to criminal intimacy or intention
Article 36: Part of the consequences of partial action and partly
Article 37: The matter of supporting one of the various acts of crime committed by the act

Article 38: Individuals involved in criminal acts may be guilty of various offenses.

Article 39: 'Swap'

Article 40: Offenses

Article 41: Special law applicable to certain matters.

Article - 42: Local law

Article 43: 'Illegal', 'Legally binding to do'

Article 44: Injury.

Article 45: Life.

Article 46: Death.

Section 47: Animal

Article 48: Ship.

Article 49: Years, Months

Section 50: Article

Article - 51: Sworn.

Section 52: Cleanliness.

          STEP: 3: Penalties

Section - 52A: Surrender.

Article 53: Provision of education.
Death, lifelong imprisonment, imprisonment (imprisonment for hard labor and imprisonment with imprisonment), confiscation of property, fine.
Section - 53A: Disposal of the country.
Life term disposal means lifelong imprisonment.
Article 54: About to soften the sentence of death.
(Upto 14 years of age, or in any of the rules laid down by the law)

Section 55: Regarding lifting the life sentence.
(Any one of two years up to 14 years can be converted into a kind of imprisonment)
Article 55A: Definition of 'Proper Government'.
Central Government and State Government
Section - 56: Canceled in 1949.
Article 57: Parts of the sentence.
Life sentence for life imprisonment will be considered as 20 years imprisonment.
Section - 58: Canceled in 1955.
Section - 59: Canceled in 1955.
Article 60: (In certain cases of imprisonment) all or partial sentences can be made strict or simple.
Section - 61: 1921 canceled.
Section - 62: Canceled in 1921.
Section - 63: Penalties.
(The fine is not unlimited, due to the conviction of the fine when the fine amount is not mentioned.)
Section 64: If the penalty is not filled then the sentence of imprisonment.
In the case of a fine punishable with imprisonment or imprisonment, if the offender does not pay the fine, then the court will have power to order him to be imprisoned for a certain period of time.
Article 65: Regarding the term of the imprisonment, if the fine is not filled in cases where imprisonment and fine are punishable.

It should not be more than 1/4 of the maximum deadline for the crime.
Article 66: Type of imprisonment for not paying penalty.

The punishment for the offense can be punished with any kind of imprisonment that can be punished by the offender.
Section 67: Regarding the term of imprisonment if the offense is not payable only in cases where the fine is penalized.
If the penalty is not more than 50 rupees, the maximum punishment of 2 months, if the fine is not exceeding 100 rupees, the imprisonment of a maximum of 4 months and a maximum of 6 months can be taken in any other case.
Section 68: Regarding giving a penalty to the end of imprisonment.
Only when imprisonment is not imposed imprisonment
Section 69: Regarding giving a fair share of penalties for ending imprisonment.
In the case of a non-felony case, the end of the imprisonment of the prisoners, according to the prison term,

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