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Law Criminal law Crimes Property crimes Property law English criminal law Theft Dishonesty Deception Larceny Consent Trespass
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Law Criminal law Crimes Property crimes Property law English criminal law Theft Dishonesty Deception Larceny Consent Trespass
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Queensland, Western Australia, and Tasmania use stealing as the basis for all offences Victoria, the Australian Capital Territory, the Northern Territory, and the Comm...
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