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Examine the criminal liability and quantum of punishment which may be imposed on conviction in the following cases with reference to the relevant provisions of Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.
(i) Mr. X commits an offence relating to hunting a tiger inside the boundaries of National Park.
(ii) Mr. X being a forest officer while exercising his powers under this Act cersatiously and unnecessarily seizes the property of any other person on the pretence of seizing it for the reasons mentioned in section 50 of thw Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.
(iii) In order to catch the wild rabbits Mr. ‘X’ willfully clears the bushes area and destroys the home to rabbits. (5 marks)
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