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Defence of Property

A defendant might be able to use the defence of property if they used conduct genuinely believing that it was necessary to defend their property from being taken, destroyed, damaged, or interfered with.

The conduct needs to be seen as reasonably proportionate to the threat genuinely believed to have existed.

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