Burglary

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Collins (1973)
The entry must be effective and substantial (in case, def intended to ****, woman thought it was her bf, def was on window ledge when invited in, amounted to entry
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Brown (1985)
The entry must be effective (in case, def only leant in with top half body and this was sufficient)
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Ryan (1996)
Partial entry is sufficient, even if def is incapable of stealing
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Davis (1823)
Merely inserting forepart of finger was sufficient, whole body is not nec
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B and S Leathley (1979)
For a structure to constitute a building, there must be a degree of permanence
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Walkington (1979)
Whether the def had entered part of a building as a trespasser is a question of fact for the jury
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Jones and Smith (1976)
Even if a def had a general permission to enter the building or part thereof, the def exceeds that permission when he enters with the intention to steal any property
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Collins (1972)
A def only enters as a trespasser if he intends or is subjectively reckless as to whether he is trespassing
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The entry must be effective (in case, def only leant in with top half body and this was sufficient)

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Brown (1985)

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Partial entry is sufficient, even if def is incapable of stealing

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Merely inserting forepart of finger was sufficient, whole body is not nec

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Card 5

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For a structure to constitute a building, there must be a degree of permanence

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