Burglary

Where is the offence of burglary recognised?
S.9 Theft Act 1968.
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Burglary S.9 (1) (a) is liability at...
...the point of entry (ulterior motive).
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Burglary S.9 (1) (b) is liability at...
...the commission of the ulterior offence.
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Burglary S.9 (1) (a) involves theft,...
...GBH and unlawful criminal damage.
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Burglary S.9 (1) (b) involves theft...
...and GBH.
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The first common element of both types of burglary is entry. What type of entry was highlighted in Collins?
'An effective and substantial entry.'
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The case of Brown highlights what type of entry?
'An effective entry.'
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Which case ignored 'effective' due to the D getting stuck in a window?
Ryan.
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What case is used to demonstrate 'building?'
B and S v Leathley.
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A lorry, even though it was being used as storage was held to be a vehicle because it had wheels. What case is this?
Norfolk Constabulary v Seekings and Gould.
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'Part of a building' is used to cover situations where D has permission to be in one part of a building but not another. Which case demonstrates this?
Walkington.
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What two cases are used to demonstrate trespassing?
'Collins' and 'Smith and Jones.'
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What is the MR of burglary?
Intention/recklessness as to trespassing (Mohan/Collins).
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With regards to MR, more specifically, what is the MR of burglary S.9 (1) (a)?
Intention to steal, inflict GBH or cause criminal, unlawful damage (intention at time of entry).
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With regards to MR, more specifically, what is the MR of burglary S.9 (1) (b)?
D must have stolen/attempted to steal or inflicted GBH/attempted to inflict GBH (at time of committing offence).
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Burglary S.9 (1) (a) is liability at...

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...the point of entry (ulterior motive).

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Burglary S.9 (1) (a) involves theft,...

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Burglary S.9 (1) (b) involves theft...

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