Burglary

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Brown
Entry into a building only needs to be effective.
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Ryan
The just only needs to find evidence of an effective entry.
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S9(4) Theft Act 1968
"A building which is a dwelling, shall also apply to an inhabited vehicle or vessel, and shall also apply to any such vehicle or vessel at times when the person having a habitation in it is not there as well as times when he is."
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Stevens v Gourley
Buildings are structures of considerable size and intended to be permanent.
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Collins
D cannot be a trespasser if he has permission to enter.
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Smith & Jones
Where D goes beyond the permission granted to him, he may be considered a trespasser.
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S9(1)(a) Theft Act 1968
A person is guilty of burglary "if he enters any building or part of a building as a trespasser and with the intent to steal, cause GBH or do criminal damage."
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S9(1)(b) Theft Act 1968
A person is guilty of burglary "if having entered any building or part of a building as a trespasser he steals, attempts to steal, inflicts or attempts to inflict GBH on any person."
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The just only needs to find evidence of an effective entry.

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"A building which is a dwelling, shall also apply to an inhabited vehicle or vessel, and shall also apply to any such vehicle or vessel at times when the person having a habitation in it is not there as well as times when he is."

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Buildings are structures of considerable size and intended to be permanent.

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D cannot be a trespasser if he has permission to enter.

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