No presumption of absence of consent if sexual intercourse not proved, Delhi High Court

No presumption of absence of consent if sexual intercourse not proved, Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court has held that the presumption of absence of consent in certain types of rape cases under Section 114A of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 is attracted only if sexual intercourse is proved.

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