IPC Mains Questions Series: Important Solved Questions for Judiciary, APO & University Exams | Part - II of X
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IPC Mains Solved Questions Series: Part – II of X contains solved questions from Chapter IV i.e. General Exceptions.
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IPC Mains Solved Questions Series | Part – II of X
A, an officer of a court of Justice, being ordered by that court to arrest A and, after due inquiry, believing Z to be Y; arrests Z. Has A committed any offence? ‘Give reasons and also refer to the relevant provision in this regard. [W.B.C.J. 1993]
By the order of a superior officer, ‘A’ a policeman fires and kills two persons who are members of the lawful procession. Is 'A’ entitled to protection under Section 76 of the Indian Penal Code? [Bihar A.P.O. 1997]
X sees Z commit what appears to X to be murder. X in the exercise to the best of his judgement, exerted in good faith, of the power which the law gives to all persons of apprehending murderers in the act, seizes Z in order to bring Z before the proper authorities. But it turns out that Z was acting in the exercise of his right of self-defence. Is X guilty of any offence? Give reasons.
The accused was beating a person with fists. The wife of the man being beaten intervened with her baby in arms with a view to rescuing her husband. The accused gave a fist blow to her also, which struck the baby, as a result of which it died. On being prosecuted, the accused pleads accident. Decide. [Jharkhand .C.J. 2002]
A in great fire pulls down houses in order to prevent the conflagration from spreading. A did it in good faith, saving the life and property and to avoid greater harm. What offence, if any, is made out in this case? Give legal provision. [U.P.A.PO. 1996]
A, a child aged about 5 years throws a stone on B. Stone hits the head of B and B as a result receives grievous injuries on the head. Has A committed any offence? Give reasons in support of your answer. [RJS 1986]
A boy over 11 years and below 12 years of age picked up a knife and proceeding towards the deceased with a threatening gesture saying that he would cut him into pieces actually stabs him to death. Is he guilty of murder? Give reasons. [D.J.S. 1996]
A and B agree to fence with each other for amusement. This agreement implies to suffer any harm which in course of such fencing may be caused without foul play. While playing fairly A hurts B. What offence, if any, has been committed by A. Give legal provision in support of your answer. [UPCJ 1991, 1999 U.P., A.P.O. Exam. 1996]
A, a Surgeon, knowing that a particular operation is likely to cause death of Z, who suffers under a painful complaint, but not intending to cause Z’s death, and intending, in good faith Z’s benefit, performs that operation on Z, with Z’s consent. Has A committed any offence? Give reasons.
A, in good faith, for his child’s benefit without his child’s consent, got him operated for stone removal by a surgeon knowing it to be likely that the operation may cause the child’s death but not intending to cause his child’s death. Has A committed any offence? Refer legal provisions. [U.P., A.P.O. Exam. 1997.]
B while bleeding profusely goes to A, a surgeon and there loses consciousness. Thereupon A immediately performs an operation upon him thinking that it will bring him back to consciousness. But B dies immediately after the operation. Has A committed any offence? Give reasons in support of your answer. [U.P.J. 1991]
A, a doctor after a full examination of a patient named B, in good faith communicates to B that he has cancer and that he cannot live long. B dies the next day in consequence of the shock caused by A’s communication. Decide the liability of A. [RJS. 1986]