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C 5

Of Accessory Offences

is produced, the offence may be termed an offence
of consummated delinquency: if not an offence of
unconsummated delinquency.


Offences of unconsummated delinquency are either Attempts and or offences of preparation
Offences of unconsummated delinquency may
be distinguished into attempts and offences of preparation.
The limits between these two classes of offences
are not capable of being possible to describe <add> mark out marked out with any degree of exactness precision</add> in any single proposition;
as for the description of them is altogether different not
only in different offences: but <add>even in the same offence when perpetrated by different means.</add> In general however it may be
said that in an attempt

Since however in order to know when to apply punishment to such
an act of this sort it is necessary to know in some manner
what sort of an act it is, attempts and preparations
may be thus defined.

Main Text


An attempt, what
An offence unlawful attempt is where a person
intending to produce a certain an obnoxious event with reference
to a certain individual object (whether person or thing
according to the nature of the case) at a certain individual liquidated
period of time, does all that is in his power [+] [+] or as much as to him appears sufficient to the production of the obnoxious event in a particular manner or by a particular instrument or that he thinks necessary towards
the production of the obnoxious event. in that
manner and by that instrument. To p. 10. No 2

2 An act of preparation, what
From p. 14. No 2. An unlawful preparation or act of preparation
is where a person does any act in the intention of intending to producing a certain
obnoxious event, does but without having fixed upon the

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Identifier: | JB/098/016/001
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 98.


Marginal Summary Numbering

10-11, 20-21



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penal code

Folio number


Info in main headings field

of accessory offences





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f5 / f6 / f7 / f8


jeremy bentham


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