Criminal Damages and Aggravated Criminal Damage - Statutes

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s 1(1) of Criminal Damage Act 1971
the def must intentionally or recklessly destroy or damage property belonging to another without lawful excuse
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s 10(1) of CDA 1971
Property must be tangible, and includes real and personal property, and money
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s 10(2) of CDA 1971
The property belongs to any person having the custody or control of it or having any proprietary right or interest in it, or charge on it
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s 5(2)(a) of CDA 1971
A special defence if def honestly believed he had consent of relevant person, or would have had, if that person knew of the relevant circum’s
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s 5(2)(b) CDA 1971
A special defence if def acted in order to protect property that he believed was in immediate need of protection, and he believed the means were reasonable
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s 1(2) of CDA 1971
A def commits aggravated criminal damage if he intentionally or recklessly destroys or damages property intending to endanger life thereby or being reckless as to whether life is endangered
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Property must be tangible, and includes real and personal property, and money

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s 10(1) of CDA 1971

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The property belongs to any person having the custody or control of it or having any proprietary right or interest in it, or charge on it

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A special defence if def honestly believed he had consent of relevant person, or would have had, if that person knew of the relevant circum’s

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A special defence if def acted in order to protect property that he believed was in immediate need of protection, and he believed the means were reasonable

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