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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Oleg Chistyakov
Criminal Liability for Theft According to Criminal Code of the Russian Federation
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
The purpose of the conducted research is the complex analysis of standard regulation of the relations connected with criminal prosecution for theft and the jurisprudence developing on its basis. The main objectives of this research are: a) disclosure of objective signs of theft as plunders; b) characteristic of subjective signs of theft as plunders; c) disclosure of secret nature of theft; d) delimitation crimes, the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation provided by Art. 158, from adjacent crime components; e) consideration of the qualifying theft signs.

On the basis of the conducted research the following conclusions are drawn: first, an object are the social and property relations developing as a result of a property accessory, regulated by means of the property right"; secondly, the main sign of structure of theft is the secrecy; thirdly, a subject of theft is someone else's property which possesses real, economic and legal signs; forthly, a basis of the subjective party of theft of someone else's property as type of criminal encroachment is the direct intention of the thief; fifthly, one of the most important problems of qualification which haven't found rather full permission in the theory of criminal law yet, but having practical value is the question of a theft delimitation from the adjacent crime components provided by other standards of the Russian criminal legislation; sixthly, it is necessary to change the current legislation; seventhly, to differentiate theft and petty theft, proceeding not from the firm extent of the caused damage, and depending on the size of a living wage or from the amount of the minimum compensation.

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