Flashcards in Definitions Deck (9)
Benefit, pecuniary advantage, privileges, property, service, or valuable consideration.
Claim of right
Ca1961 sec 2
In relation to any act, means a belief at the time of the act in a proprietary or possessory right in the property, in relation to which the offence is all edged to have been committed. Although the belief maybe based on ignorance or mistake of fact or of any matter of law other than the enactment against which the offence is alleged to have been committed.
An intent to do a specific act to achieve a specific result.
Includes real and personal property and any estate or any real or personal property, money, electricity and any dept, anything in action and any other right or interest.
Obtain or retain for himself or herself or any other person.
Subjective and objective tests
What was the defendant thinking at the time. (Subjective)
What would a reasonable person have thought in the circumstances, would a reasonable person have recognised the risk. (Objective)
Means every description of vessel used in navigation and however propelled.
Barge, lighter, dingy, raft, or like vessel.
Caa 1990 s2
Means any machine that can derive support in the atmosphere from the reactions of the air otherwise that by the reactions of the air against the surface of the earth.