Cases and sections for Fraud by False Representation

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What does s.2(3) define?
It defines that a representation is about fact, law or state of mind
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What section shows that this representation may be express or implied?
S.2(4)
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What section states that representation can be made to a person, or a machine?
S.2(5)
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What does s.2(2)(a) confirm?
This confirms that false means untrue or misleading
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What test establishes dishonesty?
The Gosh Test
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What section confirms this?
S.2(1)(a)
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What does s.2(2)(b) state?
It states that d must know that this representation may be false
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What does s.2(1)(b) state?
It states that d must intend to make a representation to gain or cause loss
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The gain includes money or other property. What section defines this?
S.5
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What happened in the case of DPP v Ray?
Ds stayed and eat in a restaurant knowing they were not going to pay
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What offences did Ray commit?
Theft, Burglary and Fraud by false representation
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What was the case where d wrote a worthless cheque knowing there was insufficient funds?
MPC v Charles
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What happened in the case of Lambie?
D presented a payment card with no authority to use it
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What happened in the case of R v Rai?
D ommitted to telling the council his elderly mother died, after making an application for a modification grant
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What was the case where d made a massive quote knowing it would not cost that much?
R v Silverman
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