BATTERY

by | Sep 3, 2023

Battery: harmful or offensive physical contact intentionally inflicted upon another person without their consent. It is considered a tort, which is a civil wrong, and may also be a criminal offense in some jurisdictions.It is important to note that battery requires not only physical contact but also the intent to cause harm or offense.( under Tort and punishable under Section 352 of the Indian Penal Code)

 

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