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Wild animals cannot be the object of larceny unless someone else has previously assumed possession of them either through capturing or killing them • At common law, domesticated farm animals could be stolen from their possessor. • The Crimes Act 1900 ss 126-131 reenacted these offences which define animals as “cattle” under s 4

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