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6(1)In section 24(4) (meaning of “stolen goods”) for “in the circumstances described in section 15(1) of this Act” substitute “ , subject to subsection (5) below, by fraud (within the meaning of the Fraud Act 2006) ”.E+W+S+N.I.
(2)After section 24(4) insert—
“(5)Subsection (1) above applies in relation to goods obtained by fraud as if—
(a)the reference to the commencement of this Act were a reference to the commencement of the Fraud Act 2006, and
(b)the reference to an offence under this Act were a reference to an offence under section 1 of that Act.”
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