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      • In the Philippines, theft is defined under Article 308 of the Revised Penal Code. Theft is committed by any person who, with intent to gain, takes personal property of another without the latter's consent. The law does not specify a minimum amount that must be stolen for the act to qualify as theft.
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  2. Jun 21, 2023 · Concept. Theft – is [an offense] committed if the taking [of anothers personal property] is without violence against or intimidation of persons nor force upon things. ( Tan v. People, G.R. No. 134298, August 26, 1999) a. Legal basis. Article 308. Who are liable for theft.

  3. Mar 16, 2010 · Art. 308. Who are liable for theft. — Theft is committed by any person who, with intent to gain but without violence against or intimidation of persons nor force upon things, shall take personal property of another without the latter’s consent. Theft is likewise committed by: 1.

  4. Sep 19, 2021 · Theft and qualified theft are two separate and distinct crimes punishable under Philippines laws.

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  5. Aug 6, 2023 · A: Qualified theft, as defined under Article 310 of the Revised Penal Code (RPC) of the Philippines, refers to the unlawful taking of someone else's property, coupled with specific qualifying circumstances that elevate the offense to a more severe form of theft. Q: What are the qualifying circumstances that turn theft into qualified theft?

  6. Jan 12, 2024 · January 12, 2024. Theft Laws in the Philippines. Question. Can someone face imprisonment for theft even if the victim does not file a complaint? We Understand. Theft is a serious offense, and understanding the legal consequences is essential. In the Philippines, theft laws are in place to protect individuals and property from unlawful taking.

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