Nature and kinds of inchoate offences

by Walia, Ivneet
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Walia, Ivneet Nature and kinds of inchoate offences
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The word 'inchoate', not much used in ordinary discourse, means 'just begun'. The common law has given birth to three general offences which are usually termed 'inchoate' or 'preliminary' crimes- attempt, conspiracy and incitement. A principal feature of these crimes is that they are committed even though the substantive offence (i.e. the offence it was intended to bring about) is not completed and no harm results. It must be noted that attempt, abetment and conspiracy is made punishable both under Indian Penal Code, 1860 in India and under English Law. In India there are both specific and general provisions whereas, in England it is now defined and punished in the Criminal Attempts Act 1981 and conspiracy in part I of the Criminal Law Act, 1977, as amended by the Criminal Attempts Act, 1981? Incitement remains a common law offence. The object of the paper is to explain the concept and kinds of offences which can be made punishable even if they are not committed or their commission is rendered impossible.


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Biography Artist:
B.A.LL.B, LL.M, Faculty at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, India.
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Media Type:
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

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Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
July 11, 2012
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.005 m; 0.177 kg
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