Theft

The Act of Parliament theft can be found
Theft Act 1968
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the assumption of the rights of the owner
appropriation
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a type of property such as a bank account
things in action
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something which can't be stolen
wild plants
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The case where the D was charged with theft of his own car
Turner
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test used for dishonesty
ghosh test
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when someone does not steal because what they wanted is not there
conditional intent
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when will borrowing become theft?
when the goodness and virtue has gone
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the assumption of the rights of the owner

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appropriation

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a type of property such as a bank account

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Card 4

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something which can't be stolen

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Card 5

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The case where the D was charged with theft of his own car

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