1. What does the case of Klinenberg v Marsden tell us?
- Possession and control has a very wide definition
- Exact notes and coins do not need to be used
- There must be a clear obligation
- Obligations can be formal
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2. What is the case law for assumption of rights to sell?
- Pitman v Hehl
3. Can you be in possession and control even if you don't know about it?
- It depends on the context of the scenario
- Yes as shown in Woodman
- No, you cannot assume that they're in possession and control
- Yes, but I would be guilty if it gets stolen
4. What is the case that states that corpses are not personal property?
- Kelly v Lindsey
- A-G of Hong Kong v Chan Nai-Keung
5. What does the separate offence when stealing electricity come under?
- s47 Offences Against the Person Act
- s11 Theft Act 1968
- Criminal Justice Act
- s6 Theft Act 1968