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What is Section 406 IPC?
406. Punishment for criminal breach of trust.— Whoever commits criminal breach of trust shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years, or with fine, or with both.
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This section 406 IPC defines the punishment for an offence of criminal breach of trust that can be either imprisonment of a term which may extend to 3 years or fine or both, if the offence under the section 406 IPC is proved.
The complainant has to prove the dishonest intention of the accused with evidence under Section 406 IPC. Section 405 IPC has given the definition and meaning of criminal breach of trust.
406 IPC Bailable or Not
Punishment of criminal breach of trust is cognizable and non-bailable offence under Section 406 IPC which is triable by Judicial Magistrate of the first class.
406 IPC Compoundable or Not?
Criminal breach of trust under section 406 IPC is a compoundable offence.
Compoundable offence means complainant can compromise the case and agrees to close the case (This means this IPC 406 charged against the accused should be lifted or withdraw) and complainant must request in written compromise petition to the Honorable Court to close or withdraw the case.
- IPC 406 is compoundable offence (means in the case filed under IPC 406, the accused and the complainant can compromise).
- IPC 406 is cognizable offence.
- IPC 406 is non- bailable offence.
- Punishment under IPC 406 is (may extend) 3 years or fine or both.