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Indian Penal Code, 1860
Section 304-A - When applicable to medical negligence
Section 304-A - When applicable to medical negligence
Degree of negligence attracting criminal liability and that attracting civil liability - Difference between - Held, degree of negligence sufficient to fasten liability under S. 304-A is higher than that required to fasten liability in civil proceedings - Non-exercise of reasonable care on the part of the doctor may suffice to fasten on him civil liability but in order to fasten criminal liability on him gross negligence on his part amounting to recklessness has to be proved - Difference between simple negligence and gross negligence as stated in paras 12 to 16 of Jacob Mathew case, (2005) 6 SCC 1, reiterated, (2009) 3 SCC 1-E
Martin F. D'Souza v. Mohd. Ishfaq, Supreme Court of India, Civil Appeal No. 3541 of 2002, D/d 17.2.2009, (2009) 3 SCC 1

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