Difference Between Common Intention And Common Object: Expectations vs. Reality

Here we give below the difference between Common Intention and Common Object : –

Difference Between Common Intention And Common Object: Expectations vs. Reality
Difference Between Common Intention And Common Object: Expectations vs. Reality



Common Intention

(Section 34)

Common Object 

(Section 149)

Number of persons must be more than 1. The term is used in unlawful assembly requiring the minimum 5 person with either of the five objects.
No specific and or substantive offence is created. It is specific offence.
It is rule of evidence which has to be read with other substantive offences. It is not a rule of evidence but by itself it is an offence.
Common intention may be of any type. The common object has to be any one or more or the objects narrated in the section.
Prior meeting of the mind i.e. Common concert is a must. Mere membership of the assembly is required and there is no need for prior meeting of the mind.
Offence has to be committed in furtherance of the common intention. The members are liable for the act done as well its consequential offence.
It is also called as rule of joint liability. It is a rule of constructive liability.

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