A2 Law Theft - Actus Reus

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1. Which is correct?

  • No statutory definition
  • A person is guilty of theft if he appropriates property dishonestly from another with the intention to permanently deprive the other of it
  • A person is guilty of theft if he dishonestly appropriates property belonging to another with an intention to permanently deprive the other of it
  • A person is guilty if he appropriates property with intention or recklessness to deprive the other of it permanently
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2. What does the separate offence when stealing electricity come under?

  • s11 Theft Act 1968
  • s47 Offences Against the Person Act
  • s6 Theft Act 1968
  • Criminal Justice Act

3. Which of these is one of the things which cannot be stolen?

  • Patents
  • Land
  • Electricity
  • Body parts

4. What are the 5 types of property?

  • Money, Personal, Real, Things in Action, Other intangible property
  • Personal, Real, Money, Electricity, Things in Action
  • Plants, Flowers, Wild animals, Real, Other Intangible property
  • There are more than five

5. Which of these is correct?

  • Exam questions photocopied onto school paper is not theft
  • You can copy exam questions on your own paper without it being theft
  • All things in the mind are property
  • Looking at exam questions is theft

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