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Ellis v Lawson (1987) 33 A Crim R 69

This case considered the issue of larceny and whether or not the prosecution were required to produce evidence proving that the owner of goods was unknown when they brought an action of larceny against a woman when she took goods from a store with the assistance of the shop assistant.

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