Offences Involving Property in UK Law

  • Connelly v DPP
    • House of Lords
    • 21 April 1964
    ... ... if there had been such a joinder and all offences had been charged in one indictment and tried ... and laid as to part of them to be the property of different persons than what were included in ... of the present offence without involving a contrary finding on that essential element; see ... ...
  • Brink's Mat Ltd v Elcombe
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 12 June 1987
    ... ... of sale of Cyclops Wharf, a dockland property in West Ferry Road, E.14. The order was made, of ... and conflicting public interests that offences involving tax fraud should be detected and ... ...
  • Warner v Metropolitan Police Commissioner; R v Warner
    • House of Lords
    • 02 May 1968
    ... ... , being sovereign, can create absolute offences if so minded. But we were referred to no instance ... for the protection of government property which would be marked with broad arrows. The ... that a conviction would be regarded as involving serious stigma or whether the subject-matter is ... ...
  • Commissioners of Inland Revenue and Another v Rossminster Ltd .; Commissioners of Inland Revenue and Another v AJR Financial Services Ltd .; Commissioners of Inland Revenue and Another v Plummer .; Commissioners of Inland Revenue and Another v Tucker,
    • House of Lords
    • 13 December 1979
    ... ... to enter people's premises, and to take property away, and these powers are frequently exercised, ... as to the approximate dates of the offences must almost certainly have been laid before the ... of proceedings in respect of an offence involving fraud in connection with or in relation to tax ... ...
  • R v Lang
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 03 November 2005
    ... ... heard together because, in each, the offences were specified violent or sexual offences ... three offences of destroying or damaging property of less than £5,000 in value ... 75 ... circumstances of the present robbery, involving no weapon and merely a threat of violence rather ... ...
  • Yeboah v Crofton
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 01 July 2003
    ... ... about fraudulent job applications involving the provision of false references and the ... police of persons suspected of criminal offences. (It should be explained that Mr Crofton ... It held that the notes were the property of Mr White and not of the Council, when, Mr ... ...
  • R v Avis and Others
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 16 December 1997
    ... ... or the verdict of a jury, of various offences against the Firearms Act 1968 as amended. The ... formed by a number of judges that cases involving the use of firearms come before them much more ... the law or the protection of persons or property. In the conflicts which occur between competing ... ...
  • R v G; R v R
    • House of Lords
    • 16 October 2003
    ... ... basis that he was reckless as to whether property was destroyed or damaged when he gave no thought ... He was charged under section 23 of the Offences against the Person Act 1861 with unlawfully and ... ...
  • R v Bryan James Turner
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 24 March 1975
    ... ... him immunity from prosecution for any offences he had disclosed in his statements. If, after ... give them most sparingly; and in cases involving grave crimes it would be prudent of him to ... with them the remainder of the stolen property, including the second cash box which contained ... ...
  • R v Waya (Terry)
    • Supreme Court
    • 14 November 2012
    ... ... , to deter the commission of further offences and to reduce the profits available to fund ... ") and the rather puzzling definition ("property is obtained by a person if he obtains an interest ... not guilty of a serious mortgage fraud involving dishonest overvaluation of property. There was no ... ...
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