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Chapter 10 False Pretenses ------------------- Knowingly and unlawfully obtaining title to, and possession of the property of another by means of deception, and with intent to defraud Also know as obtaining property by false pretenses The false representation must be material It is possible to misrepresent oneself and the facts surrounding a transaction merely by keeping quiet. 485,478,488,523 Defense of false pretense the victim was too gullible and should have been more wary there was no intent to defraud Forgery False signature or material alteration, signed or altered without authority, of a writing or other instrument that, if genuine, would have legal significance with intent to defraud. Receiving stolen property Knowingly taking possession of or control over property that as been unlawfully stolen from another. The receiving of stolen promptly, which the receiver know was stolen or which he should have known was stolen.
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2009 for the course CJUS 3166 taught by Professor Dr.holt during the Spring '09 term at UNC Charlotte.

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