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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Criminal Justice 2nd ed (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act 2001

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ISBN13: 9781858006239
Published: June 2011
Publisher: Round Hall Press
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: £100.00



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There have been several important amendments to the Act which are set out in the 2nd Edition in consolidated form. Among these are substantial changes to the offence of possession of certain articles and the procedure for obtaining a search warrant. And since publication of the 1st Edition, the Courts have held, for example, that cheating the public revenue is not an offence in Ireland. The new edition:

  • Provides detailed commentary on each section to the Act
  • Includes reference and analysis of all relevant cases and reference material post-dating the first edition, including various decisions on the indictable nature of theft offences, the time limits applicable to their prosecution and the burden of proof.
  • Examine such issues as the requirement to establish ownership in theft prosecutions; the manner in which burglary offences should be charged; and the continuing existence of such offences as conspiracy to defraud in light of the broad abolition in the 2001 Act of common law acquisitive offences.

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Subjects:
Irish Law