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Appropriation and the Law of Theft; based on journal article of shute

This Essay has to be done complying with Oscola referencing system Shute, in his case comment, ‘Appropriation and the Law of Theft; (2002) Criminal Law Review 450-7, analyses and critically evaluates the decisions of the House of Lords in R v Hinks [2001] 2 AC 241 (HL) Briefly identify the key arguments advanced by Shute in his analysis of this case and, giving reasons, discuss whether Shute’s critical evaluation of the decision is persuasively argued.
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