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LAW-2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 27

LAW-2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 27

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  1. “There may be an element of abetment in a conspiracy but conspiracy is something 2012 20/? more than an abetment.” Discuss with illustrations.
  2. The accused, one of the two joint owners of a shop, put her lock on the shop which was let out by another joint owner without her consent. The tenant charged with accused with the offence of wrongful restraint in that he was prevented by the lock from entering into the shop. Discuss in the light of legal provisions whether the accused has committed the offence of wrongful restraint.
  3. A contractor was given cement for construction work by the Minor Irrigation Department of a State Govt. under a specific agreement that he would return unused cement but instead of doing so, he sold the cement to outsiders. Mentioning relevant legal provisions, discuss what offence, if any, is committed by the contractor.