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  • 144Theft Act 1968 — The Theft Act 1968 (1968 c.60) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, governing most of the general property offences in English law. On 15 January 2007 the Fraud Act 2006 came into force repealing most of the offences of… …

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  • 147Property crime — is a category of crime that includes, among other crimes, burglary, larceny, theft, motor vehicle theft, arson, shoplifting, and vandalism. Property crime only involves the taking of money or property, and does not involve force or threat of… …

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  • 149Conversion (law) — For other uses of the word conversion , see Conversion. Conversion is a common law tort. A conversion is a voluntary act by one person inconsistent with the ownership rights of another.[1] It is a tort of strict liability.[2] Its criminal… …

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  • 150property law — Introduction       principles, policies, and rules by which disputes over property are to be resolved and by which property transactions may be structured. What distinguishes property law from other kinds of law is that property law deals with… …

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  • 151robbery — rob·bery n pl ber·ies [Anglo French robberie roberie, from Old French, from rober to take something away from a person by force]: the unlawful taking away of personal property from a person by violence or by threat of violence that causes fear:… …

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  • 154asportation — as·por·ta·tion /ˌas pər tā shən/ n [Latin asportatio, from asportare to carry off, from abs away + portare to carry]: a carrying away; specif: the carrying away of someone else s property that is an element of larceny Merriam Webster’s Dictionary …

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  • 155thievery — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. burglary, robbery, pilfering; see crime 2 , theft . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. theft, robbery, larceny, grand larceny, petty larceny, burglary, stealing, pilfering, shoplifting, kleptomania, embezzlement, swindle. III …

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  • 156petty — Small, minor, of less or inconsiderable importance. The English form of petit, and sometimes used instead of that word in such compounds as petty jury, petty larceny, and petty treason. See misdemeanor petit. As to petty average petty constable… …

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  • 157steal — This term is commonly used in indictments for larceny ( take, steal, and carry away ), and denotes the commission of theft, that is, the felonious taking and carrying away of the personal property of another, and without right and without leave… …

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  • 158stolen — Acquired, or possessed, as a result of some wrongful or dishonest act or taking, whereby a person willfully obtains or retains possession of property which belongs to another, without or beyond any permission given, and with the intent to deprive …

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  • 159theft insurance — Insurance against the risk of loss by theft. 29A Am J Rev ed Ins § 1333. A contract to indemnify against loss by thieves. Anno: 46 LRA (NS) 562; 47 LRA (NS) 296. Where the word theft is used in an insurance policy, without definition, it should… …

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  • 160Larcenous — Lar ce*nous, a. [Cf. OE. larrecinos. See {Larceny}.] Having the character of larceny; as, a larcenous act; committing larceny. The larcenous and burglarious world. Sydney Smith. {Lar ce*nous*ly}, adv. [1913 Webster] …

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