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2. DPP v Ray illustrates an implied representation through the intention to pay for a meal

  • True, the defendants ordered and ate a meal but then decided not to pay for it and ran out
  • False, the defendant had a credit card and was asked to return it, but instead went on to buy more goods

3. The defendant must have the intent to make a gain or cause a loss (or expose another to the risk of loss), the key word is intent - there is no requirement for the defendant to succeed in making a gain or causing a loss

  • True
  • False there is no offence unless the defendant makes a gain or causes a loss

4. In Bernard, the defendant went into a shop wearing the clothes of a fellow commoner, he also told the shopkeeper that he was a fellow commoner and as a result the shopkeeper sold him goods on credit.

  • True
  • False

5. The Gosh test is an objective test

  • Fase
  • True


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