• anonymous
A person who takes a thing belonging to another by force is liable to an action of theft, for who can be said to take the property of another more against his will than he who takes it by force?" -Justinian Code, Institutes, Book IV, Chapter 2 According to the law above, which of the following is a theft?
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  • anonymous
Which of what following? We need the questions.
  • pinklion23
well we can not give direct answers

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