Criminal - property offences

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S1 Theft Act 1968
Theft - dishonestly appropriates property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it.
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S8 Theft Act 1968
Robbery - guilty if he steals, and immediately before or at the time of doing so, and in order to do so, he uses force on any person or seeks to put any person in fear of being then and there subjected to force.
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S9(1)(a) Theft Act 1968
Burglary - Guilty if he enters a bulding, or part of a bulding, as a trespasser with the intent to commit an offence as is mentioned in subsection 2. (Theft, gbh, criminal damage).
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S9(1)(b) Theft Act 1968
Burglary - guilty if having entered any building, or part of a building, as a trespasser he steals of inflicts or attempts to inflict on any person therein gbh.
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S21 Theft Act 1968
Blackmail - guilty if with a view to gain for himself, or another, or with intent to cause loss, he makes any unwarranted demand with meances.
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S2 Fraud Act 2006
Fraud by false representation - guilty if he dishonestly makes a false representation and intends by majubg the representation to make a gain for himself, or another, or to cause a loss to another.
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S11 Fraud Act 2006
Obtaining services dishonestly - Services are provided on the basis that payment has been, is being or will be made for them and the defendant obtains them without paying and intends not to pay.
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S3 Theft Act 1978
Making off without payment - a perosn who knowing that payment on the spot for any goods supplied or services done is required or expected from him, dishonestly makes off without having paid and has the intention to avoid payment.
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S1(1) Criminal Damage Act 1971
Criminal Damage - A person who without lawfulo excuse destroys or damages any property belonging to another intentding to destroy or damage any such property or being reckless as to whether any such property would be destroyed or damaged.
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S1(2) Criminal Damage Act 1971
Aggravated Criminal Damage - A person is guilty of aggravated criminal damage if without lawful excuse they destroy or damage any property and intends or is reckless to destroy or damage any property and intends or is reckless by the destruction or d
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S1(3) Criminal Damage Act 1971
Arson - An offence shall be committed by destroying or damaging by fire.
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Robbery - guilty if he steals, and immediately before or at the time of doing so, and in order to do so, he uses force on any person or seeks to put any person in fear of being then and there subjected to force.

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S8 Theft Act 1968

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Burglary - Guilty if he enters a bulding, or part of a bulding, as a trespasser with the intent to commit an offence as is mentioned in subsection 2. (Theft, gbh, criminal damage).

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Burglary - guilty if having entered any building, or part of a building, as a trespasser he steals of inflicts or attempts to inflict on any person therein gbh.

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Blackmail - guilty if with a view to gain for himself, or another, or with intent to cause loss, he makes any unwarranted demand with meances.

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