LexisNexis Guide to Litigation - Penal Code (eBook)
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The LexisNexis Guide to Litigation series is a specially designed reference series for litigation lawyers, prosecutors and the judiciary. This series provides in depth commentaries of each provision of the relevant Acts.
This book provides a section by section commentary on the Penal Code with references to relevant cases and legislation in both local and foreign jurisdiction. It also gives a documentation of the changes made to the legislation, enabling the reader to have a complete view of the evolution of the legislation. This publication is an important instrument for reference to litigation lawyers, students, and the judiciary.
• Full text of the legislation
• History notes of all amendments
• Comprehensive analysis to each provision of the Act
• Specific cross jurisdictional case references and legislations.
• Relevant subsidiary legislation (where applicable)
Table of contents
Offences Relating to Terrorism
Offences Affecting the Human
Offences Against Property
Offences Relating to Document
Criminal Breach of Contract
Offences Relating to Marriage
Criminal Intimidation, Insult and Annoyance
Attempt to Commit Offences