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What is Stealing in NSW?
‘Stealing’ is dishonestly taking the property of another with the intention of permanently depriving the owner of it.
There must some physical movement of the property and the intention to permanently deprive must be formed at the time of taking, not at some later time.
So, stealing does not occur where:
Stealing does occur where you dishonestly took property and ‘appropriated’ it for your use or the use of another.
So, stealing does occur where:
Stealing also occurs where you found property and took it, intending at the time to permanently deprive the owner of it.
Defences to stealing include:
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