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Theft offences

 

Theft is the taking of another persons property or services without that persons permission or consent with the intent to deprive the rightful owner of it

When does Robbery become Extortion?


There is a lot of overlap between the criminal offences of robbery and extortion. However, there are also significant differences and it is important to understand what the requirements are for each offence to make it clear which applies in the relevant circumstances. What...

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