Abatement

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A threaten B through a letter not to propose C, whom A wrongfully claim to be his girlfriend. Thereafter, B inform C about what had happened and C filled a complaint against A. The court held that A did instigate B by provoking B to propose C.

  • The reason for the above judgement was that: A indirectly instigate B by indirectly telling B not to propose C. The fact that A threaten B provoke B to go against the law.

Abatement in pleading, a legal defense to civil and criminal actions based purely on procedural and technical issues involving the death of parties

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