Chp 13 Criminal Law - Kyla Mackai Chapter 13 Learning objective 1 The owners of property hold both the right to title and possession of the property

Chp 13 Criminal Law - Kyla Mackai Chapter 13 Learning...

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Kyla Mackai Chapter 13 Learning objective 1. The owners of property hold both the right to title and possession of the property. When a thief takes possession of the property the owner’s rights have been violated. 2. The “money” rule, which permits good-faith purchasers for value of money or certain negotiable securities to obtain title unless they knew or should have known the money was stolen. 3. Taking can occur by direct acts, by appropriating lost or mislaid goods, by deception, or by embezzlement. 4. A joint owner “takes” the property of the other joint owner if the taker had no right to use or keep the property and doing so infringes on the rights of the joint owner. 5. Hiding retail goods on one’s person, taking the goods out of the store, or otherwise exercising control over the goods inconsistent with the right of a shopper to possess goods prior to sale can be seen as taking in a shoplifting crime.

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