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General Principles of Institution of Suits

Courts are there to settle the disputes between individual persons and to declare and establish their rights regarding the matters in dispute. So whenever persons fail to solve a dispute among themselves, they can approach the Court by filing a suit. It is called institution of suit.

    General Principles of Institution of Suits

Section 34, 109, 120-B and 149 of IPC



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Section 34, 109, 120-B and 149 of IPC

The section is framed to meet a case in which it may be difficult to distinguish between the act of individual members of a party or to prove exactly what part was played by each of them. The reason why all are deemed guilty in such cases is, that the presence of accomplices gives encouragement, support and protection to the person actually committing the act.

    Section 34, 109, 120-B and 149 of IPC