It is not uncommon for someone to get a phone, computer, or car and never realize who it belongs to. This is often more often than not because the victim doesn’t realize how much they have or have lost.
The issue is that if the person loses the phone, computer, or car, they are still entitled to receive it and will not be able to legally claim ownership of it. A car is a vehicle and someone with a car is not entitled to use it until he purchases it. A phone is a cell phone, so someone with a phone is not entitled to use it until he buys it. It is not uncommon for someone to claim ownership of something that clearly belongs to someone else.
This can get tricky, but I’ll try to explain why it’s tricky. The idea is that if something isn’t yours you don’t have to pay it any attention. If someone doesn’t pay you for something, you won’t care if they didn’t pay you for it.
Ill try to explain how it works here. A car is a vehicle, I dont have to pay attention to the car. A phone is a phone, I dont have to pay attention to the phone. A phone is a phone, I dont have to pay attention to the phone. A phone is a phone, I dont have to pay attention to the phone. A phone is a phone, I dont have to pay attention to the phone.
A phone is a phone, I dont have to pay attention to the phone.
The problem is that there is no standard definition for “stolen property”. The term is used quite loosely across the web and Ive seen many definitions that simply mean “something that has been taken” without any standard definition. It could mean “something that you have taken without paying” or it could mean “something you have taken with your bare hands”.
I’m sure I’m missing some of the points, but I’m hoping I explain myself well enough. I just said that it was a phone, and I dont know what the phone is. I’m also assuming that the phone is something that only I have taken. I might be wrong though.
It could probably be the “phone” that has been taken without any standard definition. Im looking for references to that.
It’s common knowledge that it is a felony to knowingly receive a stolen phone. It’s also common knowledge that it is a felony to knowingly take a phone from someone without paying for it. The phrase “with your bare hands” would also be a good one to use here.
That is correct. I have no clue as to what a phone is, but I have no idea what a phone is. I only got the phone that was stolen from my house.