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Oxford v Moss

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  Oxford v Moss (1979) 68 Cr App Rep 183 The Defendant, a student of engineering, took an exam paper with the intention of returning the paper having used the information gained in order to cheat in his exam. Held: The confidential information contained in the paper did not amount to intangible property for the purposes of the Theft Act 1968. Back to lecture outline on theft  

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