Burglary

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What Act is Burglary Under?
Theft Act 1968 S.9
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What is the definition of Burglary?
A person is guilty of burglary if (A) He enters any building or part of a building as a tresspasser with intent to steal, inflict GBH or do unlawful damage to the building or anything in it.
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What is the defintion of Burglary?
(B) Having entered a building or a part of a building as a tresspasser, he steals or attempts to steal anything in the building or inflicts or attempts to inflict GBH on any person in the building.
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What is the actus reus for Burglary?
Entered, A building or part of a building, as a tresspasser.
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Name the case for entry in Burglary?
Collins
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Name the test for Burglary entry?
'Substantial and effective entry'
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Name the case for substantial and effective Burglary test?
Brown
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Name the case for 'building' in Burglary?
B and S V Leathley
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Name the case for 'part of a building' in Burglary?
Walkington
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What is the mens rea for S.9 mens rea?
Bennett
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A person is guilty of burglary if (A) He enters any building or part of a building as a tresspasser with intent to steal, inflict GBH or do unlawful damage to the building or anything in it.

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