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Report No. 33

42. No protection for wrong assumption.-

As was observed by the House of Lords1 no protection can be afforded to a person who wrongly assumes the facts which constitute a privileged occasion.

1. Baird v. Wallace James, (1916) 85 LJ PC 193 (197).

Section 44, Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 Back

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