Theft Act 1978
The Theft Act 1978 (c 31) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It supplemented the earlier deception offences contained in sections 15 and 16 of the Theft Act 1968 by reforming some aspects of those offences and adding new provisions. See also the Fraud Act 2006.
Read more about Theft Act 1978: Section 1 - Obtaining Services By Deception, Section 2 - Evasion of Liability By Deception, Section 3 - Making Off Without Payment, Section 4 - Punishments, Section 5 - Supplementary, Section 6 - Enactment of The Same Provisions For Northern Ireland, Section 7 - Short Title, Commencement and Extent
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