unnatural offence meaning

  "unnatural offence" in a sentence
  • [Law]
    Buggery. Other "unnatural" forms of intercourse, however, are not included in the term.


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  1. Attempt to commit unnatural offences . "'
  2. Section 156 imposes imprisonment for seven years for any " attempt to commit unnatural offences ".
  3. Section 377A ( Outrages on decency ) was added to the sub-title " Unnatural offences " in the Straits Settlements in 1938.
  4. On 13 March 2014, the Delhi High Court found all the defendants guilty of rape, murder, unnatural offences and destruction of evidence.
  5. As the act came into law, so came the removal of a passage in the NZDF manual of law that referred to homosexuality as an " unnatural offence ".

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  9. unnaturalized meaning
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