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    (Original post by WaywardWriter)
    Yeah I loved it. Which scenario did you do?


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    Scenario 1 of tort :-)
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    (Original post by Sian-97)
    Did you do tort? If so, which scenario?
    I think I did alright ish
    Thank you soooo much for mentioning earlier in the thread that rylands v fletcher and nuisance reguarly come up - really helpful
    Glad to have helped! That's the thing with this exam it is so predictable!!!!
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    (Original post by Valesker)
    Lovely exam, glad law and morals came up I wrote about 7 pages for it. For scenario 2 for the first question I did theft, burglary, robbery and duress (although he probably wouldn't get the defence because of criminal associations) and for the second question I did 2 thefts, fraud and obtaining services
    Lmao how big is your writing!
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    Scenario 1


    Q1.

    Theft
    -appropriation issues: was it dishonest when he picked it up? Or when he decided to keep it?
    -property issues: paper = property, contents = info = Oxford Moss, contents = patented/copyright = thing in action
    -dishonesty issues: s2(1)(a) = harry may have felt legal right to documents he was colleague; he was assistant however so likely no connection as no developer therefore no right to steal

    Robbery
    -no real issues

    Burglary
    -up to 2 counts of 91a in relation to theft and gbh. Theft may not have been intended beforehand though
    -2 counts of 91b in the theft and gbh

    Blackmail
    -menaces: threat of defamation
    -warranted issues: arguably reasonable grounds if he considered himself a collaborator and/or he was fired without good reason
    -property issues: employment as property?


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    All predictions were spot on
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    (Original post by NHM)
    Lmao how big is your writing!
    Haha average I just had a lot to say
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    (Original post by AmReBa)
    I did scenario 1, for question 2 I only had time for fraud and basic offence of criminal damage, how many marks maximum can I get for that question?
    I didn't have time for the faud, only theft, cd and aggravated and cd and lawful excuse
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    I did scenario one and for the second Q i missed out false representation and intoxication,but i did theft, arson and aggravated arson, basic criminal damage and lawful excuse. Will i fail this q
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    (Original post by Rust Cohle)
    Scenario 1


    Q1.

    Theft
    -appropriation issues: was it dishonest when he picked it up? Or when he decided to keep it?
    -property issues: paper = property, contents = info = Oxford Moss, contents = patented/copyright = thing in action
    -dishonesty issues: s2(1)(a) = harry may have felt legal right to documents he was colleague; he was assistant however so likely no connection as no developer therefore no right to steal

    Robbery
    -no real issues

    Burglary
    -up to 2 counts of 91a in relation to theft and gbh. Theft may not have been intended beforehand though
    -2 counts of 91b in the theft and gbh

    Blackmail
    -menaces: threat of defamation
    -warranted issues: arguably reasonable grounds if he considered himself a collaborator and/or he was fired without good reason
    -property issues: employment as property?


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    I missed robbery will this really restrict my marks?
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    Will limit to clear as theft robbery is PCA

    Maybev weak sound given the quantity of issues in theft
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    (Original post by Rust Cohle)
    Will limit to clear as theft robbery is PCA

    Maybev weak sound given the quantity of issues in theft
    I didn' think the force was at all connected to the theft?
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    Immediately before or at the the time of theft

    Force used in order to steal (if he had 91a theft intent before entry)

    The key is perceptive discussion of the probabilities hence why we say D 'could' be liable.

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    I did scenario 1
    Q1: burglary 9 1b
    Q2: theft + intoxication
    Simple criminal damage
    Criminal damage by arson

    Didn't even notice there was fraud lol
    The first part of the scenario was so confusing. Seemed like theft, robbery, burglary 1a and 1b so I just went with burglary 1b as it seemed the most appropriate


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    (Original post by OSFC98)
    Scenario 2:
    Q3- Theft/robbery, Burglary, Duress
    Q4- theft, fraud, obtaining services

    Anyone get the same?
    yes i got the exact same as you!!!!
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    (Original post by katherine9609)
    I did scenario 2
    Q1: burglary 9 1b
    Q2: theft + intoxication
    Simple criminal damage
    Damage by arson

    Didn't even notice there was fraud lol
    The first part of the scenario was so confusing. Seemed like theft, robbery, burglary 1a and 1b so I just went with burglary 1b as it seemed the most appropriate


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    That definitely wasn't scenario 2
    Scenario 2 question 1 was: theft of the money, burglary 91a and 91b for the trespassing and stealing from the part building, robbery for the use of force against Fatima and he could have raised duress but it would have failed for criminal association.Question 2 had no intoxication, it was theft of the money, theft of the card, fraud of the card and obtaining services
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    (Original post by OSFC98)
    Scenario 2:Q3- Theft/robbery, Burglary, DuressQ4- theft, fraud, obtaining services

    Anyone get the same?
    (Original post by Valesker)
    That definitely wasn't scenario 2
    Scenario 2 question 1 was: theft of the money, burglary 91a and 91b for the trespassing and stealing from the part building, robbery for the use of force against Fatima and he could have raised duress but it would have failed for criminal association.Question 2 had no intoxication, it was theft of the money, theft of the card, fraud of the card and obtaining services
    I also got burglary for question 2 of scenario 2... he exceeded permission which amounts to burglary
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    (Original post by OrdinaryStudent)
    I also got burglary for question 2 of scenario 2... he exceeded permission which amounts to burglary
    He wasn't trespassing since he was 'left in charge' so no burglary transpired
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    Looks like barely anyone does tort
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    (Original post by Valesker)
    He wasn't trespassing since he was 'left in charge' so no burglary transpired
    yeah but in a previous past paper it was slightly similar situation and the mark scheme had burglary - smith and jones: exceeding permission
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    (Original post by Tyrelldk_)
    Looks like barely anyone does tort
    yeah lol most people do property, hope it went well though
 
 
 
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