Making Off Without Payment Cases

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What is the definition of Section 3 of the Theft Act 1978, Making Off Without Payment
Where the defendant makes off from the point at which payment was expected, and knowing that payment was expected for goods or services intends to avoid payment permanently.
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Which case says the jury decides where the 'point' payment is expected is?
McDavitt
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is is classed as having paid if you use this?
A stolen credit card
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Which case says you must intent NEVER to pay?
Allen
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Which case says it is not making off if you don't get the goods or services you expected?
Throughton
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Which case says it is making off without payment if you do get the goods or services you expected and don't pay?
Aziz
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