Theft Cases

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What is the definition of theft?
Dishonestly appropriating property belonging to another with intent to permanently deprive the other of it.
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Case for appropriation without consent?
Lawerence
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Case for appropriaton with consent?
Gomez
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What case says you only have to assume one right of the owner?
Morris
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What case says accepting a gift is an appropriation?
Hinks
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What case says confidential information is not property?
Oxford v Moss
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What case says dead bodies are not property?
Doodeward v Spence
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Which case says body parts can be property if altered for scientific purposes?
Kelly v Lindsey
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Which case says you can be guilty of stealing your own property?
Turner
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If you spend your housing benefit on anything other than your rent is it theft?
No, as stated in Huskinson
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If a travel agent spend your money for a holiday on business related items and then goes bankrupt, is it theft?
No, as stated in Hall
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What case says if you are given money for a specific purpose and dont do it, it belongs to another?
Wain & Huskinson. Section 5(3) of the Theft Act
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If you receive money by mistake, know it, and do nothing about it, does it belong to you?
No it belongs to another as stated in Ag Ref no 1 1983. Section 5(4) of the Theft Act.
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Which case says you don't have to return money to a bookies as it is an illegal establishment?
Gilks
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What case says property can belong to you even if you didn't know you had it?
Woodman
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Which case says if you don't return the exact property it is an intent to permanently deprive?
Valumyl
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Which case says if no value has gone there is no intent to permanently deprive?
Lloyd
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Which case suggests that if most of the value is used up it is not an intent to permanently deprive?
Bagshaw
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Which case and section says you are not dishonest if you have an honest belief in your legal right?
Robinson. Section 2 (1) (a)
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Which case and section says you are not dishonest if you honestly believed the owner would have consented?
Holden. Section 2 (1) (b)
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Which case and section says you are not dishonest if you honestly believed you couldn't trace the owner by taking reasonable steps? (As appear to the defendant)
Small. Section 2 (1) (c)
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Which case says you intend to permanently deprive if you treat property as your own regardless of the owners rights?
Lavander
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