Section 28 of the Crimes Act is the offence of Acts Done to Property with Intent to Murder and is extracted below.
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Section 28 of the Crimes Act 1900, which deals with Acts Done to Property with Intent to Murder, reads as follows:
28 Acts Done to Property with Intent to Murder
sets fire to any vessel, or any chattel therein, or any part of her tackle apparel or furniture, or casts away or destroys any vessel, or by the explosion of gunpowder, or other explosive substance, destroys, or damages any building, or places, or throws, any matter or thing upon or across a railway, or removes, or displaces any sleeper, or other thing belonging to a railway, with intent in any such case to commit murder, shall be liable to imprisonment for 25 years.
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