offence against property

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Crimes that affect another person's rights of ownership (or in some cases possession or control). The main offences against property are theft, offences of fraud, deception and making off without payment, criminal damage, arson, forgery, and forcible entry. Some offences against property, such as burglary, robbery, and blackmail, may also contain elements of offences against the person.

Subjects: Law.

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