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Property Offences: The Protection of Property Through the Criminal Law

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ISBN13: 9780420470409
ISBN: 0420470409
Published: September 1994
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Property Offences deals authoritatively and comprehensively with all aspects of the criminal law relating to property. It contains detailed analysis of the elements of each offence as well as a consideration of the underlying principles of the civil law relating to property, without which property offences are frequently misunderstood. Designed as a practical working tool, it is invaluable as a means of understanding the details of property offences and of predicting how courts are likely to respond to areas of difficulty which arise in practice. * Comprehensive reference source on a difficult area of the law * Written by one of Britain's most eminent criminal lawyers * Provides examples of cases from other jurisdictions such as Australia and New Zealand.

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Subjects:
Criminal Law
Contents:
Include Elements of theft. Protection of intellectual property. Computer misuse. Robbery. Blackmail. Poaching. Obtaining property by deception. Fraud. Company offences. Criminal damage. Burglary.