1. in the case of oxford v moss was the defendant guilty of theft?
- no as there was insufficient evidence that he intended to permanently deprive plus it was an issue of copy right not property
- yes as he stole the information on the exam papers
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2. which case showed that body parts can be propertyof the uni even though in common law noone has the rights to a corpse as it took on a use for teachin
3. which case shows the swapping labels in morrisons to pay less money is theft ?
4. which case shows that destroying property can ammount to intention to permanently deprive ?
- dpp v j
- dpp v k
5. what did the ghosh test show ?
- dishonesty rule
- 2 part test for dishonesty
- shocking behaviour by d