On 25 Apr 2005, at 17:00, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> That's like saying selling stolen goods isn't an offence if you arn't
> first person to sell them.
AFAIK and IA most definitely NAL this is exactly the case in Irish law.
I seem to recall case of people buying stolen goods in good faith and
when the original owner of the goods traced them, they did not have any
right to the good because they had been bought in good faith.
If that were indeed true, then the buyer of these goods could of course
This is completely and utterly OT, but not really a whole lot more OT
than the rest of the discussion.
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