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Theft Act 1968
Theft. S1. 'A person is guility of theft if he dishonestly appropriates property belonging to another with the intention to permanently deprive the other of it'
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Theft S2. Dishonesty
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Theft S3 Appropriation.
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Theft S4 Property.
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Theft S5 Belonging to another.
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Theft S6 Intention to permanently deprive the other of it.
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Robbery. S8 'A person is guility of robbery if he steals immediately before or at the time of doing so, and in order to do so, he uses force on any person or puts or seeks to put any person in fear of being then and there subjected to force'.
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Burglary. S9(1)(a): a person is guilty of burglary if he enters any builidng or part of a building as a trespasser with the intent to steal, inflict GBH or do unlawful damage. S9(1)(b): a person is guility of burglary if, having entered a builidng
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Blackmail. S21. 'A person is guility of blackmail if, with a view to gain for himself or another or with intent to cause loss to another, he makes an unwarranted demand'.
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Theft Act 1978
S3 Making off without payment. 'A person who, knowing that payment on the spot for any goods supplied or service done is required or expected from his, dishonestly makes off without having paid as required or expected and with the intent to avoid
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Fraud Act 2006.
Fraud by false representation. 'Dishonestly makes a false representation, an intends, by making the representation, to make a gain for himself or another, or to cause a loss to another or to expose another to the risk of loss'.
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Fraud Act 2006.
Obtaining services dishonestly. S11. 'A person is guilty of an offence under this section if he obtains services for himself or another if 1. they are made on the basis that payment will be made. 2. obtains them without any payment and 3. he knows
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Criminal Damage Act 1971.
Basic. S1. 'A person who without lawful excuse destroys or damages any property belonging to another intending to damage or destroy any such property or being reckless as to whether any such property would be damaged or destroyed'.
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Aggravated criminal damage S1 (2) Basic offence PLUS intent or reckless as to whether another's life is endangered.
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Arson S1(3) Where an offence under S1 basis criminal damage is committed by destroying or damaging property by fire.
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Without lawful excuse. S5(a): the owner would have consented to the damage. S5(b): other proerty was at risk and in need of immediate need of protection and he did reasonable actions in all the circumstances.
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