Theft Quiz

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1. In the case of Velumyl, the defendant intended to replace the money later however he was still guilty as he would not have been able to replace the notes with the exact same notes

  • True
  • False
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2. Under S2 (1) a)

  • If the person to whom the property belongs cannot be discovered by taking reasonable steps then the defendant will not be liable
  • If the defendant had a right in law to deprive the other of property, on behalf of himself or another then he will not be liable
  • If the defendant would have the other persons consent if the owner knew of the appropriation and the circumstances of it

3. In _______ the courts ruled that dispose of also included dealing with property

  • Kelly
  • DPP v Lavender
  • Easom

4. Things which can't be stolen are S4(3) wild food plants and mushrooms, S4(4) wild animals not reduced into possession and information from the case of

  • Oxford and Moss
  • Smith
  • Byrne
  • Cunningham

5. Where the goods are released against worthless cheques without the defendant realising, then this can be appropriation even with consent

  • Morris
  • Gomez
  • Pitham and Hehl

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