Common intention meaning – Common intention legal definition
1. Two or more person ‘preparing to act’ together for the same goal or two or more person acting for or towards the same goal, can be said to have common intention;
2. ‘Common intention’ is not ‘similar intention’. In similar intention person may have one motive, however the followings pre-requisites may be missing;
3. Following pre-requisite should be there to form common intention:
- Pre-consent (by conduct or otherwise);
- Presence (physical or by act); and
- Participation (by act or omission).