Fraud

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DPP v Ray (1974)
when a customer enters a restaurant, he makes an implied rep’n that he is an honest customer intending to pay for his meal, if he changes his mind during the continuing rep’n, this rep’n is falsified
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MPC v Charles (1976) and Lambie (1981)
by using a cheque or credit card the holder makes an implied rep that he has an account with the bank, and was authorised to use the cheque/card
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Cornelius (2012)
If the def believes the statement to be false, he will not be liable if the representation is technically true
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Gilbert (2012)
There must be a causative link between the def’s intention and the making of the false rep’n
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by using a cheque or credit card the holder makes an implied rep that he has an account with the bank, and was authorised to use the cheque/card

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MPC v Charles (1976) and Lambie (1981)

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If the def believes the statement to be false, he will not be liable if the representation is technically true

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There must be a causative link between the def’s intention and the making of the false rep’n

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