IPC SECTION 100

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SECTION 100 IPC : When exercising one’s right to self-defense of the body results in death. If the offense that prompts the exercise of the right is one of the following descriptions, namely:

(First) — Such an assault as may reasonably cause the apprehension that death will otherwise be the consequence of such assault;

(Secondly) — Such an assault as may requitably cause the apprehension that death will otherwise be the consequence of such assault;
Third: An assault with the intent to commit rape;

Fourth: An assault with the intent to arouse unnatural lust;

Fifth: An assault with the intent to kidnap or abduct;

Sixth: An assault with the intent to wrongfully confine a person under circumstances that may reasonably lead him to believe he will not be able to turn to the public authorities for his release.

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