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R v Velumyl [1989] Crim LR 299

The appellant was a company director. He took money from the company's safe and claimed that he intended to return it after the weekend.

Held:

His conviction was upheld. Unless he intended to pay back the exact notes and coins he had the intention to permanently deprive the company of the money taken.
 
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