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Larceny, Assault, Sexual Assault, Attempt And Complicity And Defences.

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Crimes Criminal law English criminal law Offences against the person Violence Larceny Theft Assault Dishonesty Consent Grievous bodily harm Common assault
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Crimes Criminal law English criminal law Offences against the person Violence Larceny Theft Assault Dishonesty Consent Grievous bodily harm Common assault
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In NSW larceny is a common law crime. Wilson & Dawson JJ at 123 define larceny in Illich v R (1987) 162 CLR 110: At common law, larceny is committed by a person who, without the consent of the owner, fraudulently and without a claim of right made in good faith, takes and carries away anything capable of being stolen with intent, at the time of such taking, permanently to deprive the owner thereof. Actus Reus 1. Takes and carries away Mens Rea 1. Intention to permanently deprive the owner at the time of taking. 2. Property capable of being stolen 2.Without a belief in a Claim of Right 3. Without consent of the owner 3.Fraudelant A/R & M/R coinciding ACTUS REUS: The Requirement of a Taking property capable of being t...
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