Unlawful Agreement Section

The classic example of such an agreement is a murder contract. Non-compound offences of public interest cannot be the subject of private negotiations and the criminal justice system should not be allowed to pass from the hands of judges to individuals. If the offence is of a public nature, no agreement based on the asphyxiation of criminal proceedings may be valid. The payment of $470 million by Union Carbide Corporation to Union of India was not deemed non-suffocating for prosecution and payment; Union Carbide Corporation vs. Union of India, AIR 1992 SC 248. 17. The agreement is cancelled because its purpose is illegal. . . .

Comments are closed.