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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.


The confidential information contained in the paper did not amount to intangible property for the purposes of the Theft Act 1968.
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