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    In my exam question it says that a man who is going to a football game parks in a parking space which is for registered disabled persons only and the man is not disabled and parks in the space and does not pay.

    Is that obtaining services dishonestly s.11 fraud act and also fraud by misrep s.2?
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    (Original post by Tiger1234)
    In my exam question it says that a man who is going to a football game parks in a parking space which is for registered disabled persons only and the man is not disabled and parks in the space and does not pay.

    Is that obtaining services dishonestly s.11 fraud act and also fraud by misrep s.2?
    if he abandons the scene where payment is expected on the spot without an intention to return and make the payment, isn't that "making off without payment" opposed to just theft? although it is a property offence just like theft - but don't take any of this as absolute, I'm struggling just like you are :lol: also if he's parking in an illegal parking space in the circumstances of fraud, I don't think that is a property offence, I'll have to think about that one though (it could be?)
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    (Original post by Sunny_Smiles)
    if he abandons the scene where payment is expected on the spot without an intention to return and make the payment, isn't that "making off without payment" opposed to just theft? although it is a property offence just like theft - but don't take any of this as absolute, I'm struggling just like you are :lol: also if he's parking in an illegal parking space in the circumstances of fraud, I don't think that is a property offence, I'll have to think about that one though (it could be?)
    This is the question... It's either fraud or theft crimes or both that have been committed.

    On the day of the match Simon drives to the ground. He cannot find an available parking space in the main car park but notices that there are spaces in the disabled parking area. This area is available free of charge to registered disabled people. Simon, who is not registered as disabled, parks in this area without paying.-
 
 
 
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