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Law Mind Map on Theft, created by amir.jannaty1994 on 05/07/2013.

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1 Actus Reus
1.1 Appropriation
1.1.1 Assuming the rights of the owner
1.1.2 Property does not have to be taken
1.1.3 R v Morris
1.1.3.1 Not all of the rights
1.1.4 R v Gomez
1.1.4.1 Can occur with owners consent
1.2 Property
1.2.1 Money and all other property, real and personal, ncluding things in action and all other intangible property.
1.2.2 R v Welsh
1.2.2.1 Blood and Urine Samples
1.2.3 R v Marshall
1.2.3.1 Reselling train tickets
1.2.4 R v Kelly
1.2.4.1 Body Parts
1.2.5 Oxford v Moss
1.2.5.1 Copy of examination paper
1.3 Belonging to Another
1.3.1 S 5 (1) Possessional Control
1.3.1.1 R v Turner
1.3.2 S 5 (2) Proprietary Interest
1.3.2.1 R v Hancock
1.3.3 S 5 (3) Trust Property
1.3.3.1 R v Wain
1.3.4 S 5 (4) Particular Purpose
1.3.4.1 Davidge v Bennett
1.3.5 S 5 (5) Mistake
1.3.5.1 R v Gilks
2 Mens Rea
2.1 Dishonesty
2.1.1 Not guilty if defendant believes they...
2.1.1.1 Right in law
2.1.1.1.1 R v Holden
2.1.1.2 Consent
2.1.1.3 Reasonable Steps
2.1.1.3.1 R v Small
2.1.2 Ghosh Test
2.1.2.1 Would the reasonable man find it dishonest?
2.1.2.2 Does the defendant realise their act was dishonest by those standards
2.2 Intention to permanently deprive
2.2.1 R v Velumyl
2.2.1.1 Treating the property as your own to dispose of regardless of the real owners rights
2.2.2 R v Bagshaw
2.2.2.1 Borrowing is not theft unless the goodness is taken out

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