AN ANALYSIS OF CONSENT AS A DEFENCE UNDER INDIAN PENAL CODE
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Twinkle Bhandari
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Consent means a person agrees to the act of another person after knowing the consequences of the act. Consent given by a person may either be express or implied. Implied Consent can be inferred from one’s conduct /actions or nature of the operation. Concept of consent is based on the legal maxim volenti non fit injuria which means harm caused with the consent cannot be considered as an injury and it does not amount to an offence. Consent plays a very important role in determining the criminal liability of a person.
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Unique Paper ID: 156737

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 4

Page(s): 588 - 593
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