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Damage - Diminishing value or usefulness (Morphitis v Salmon), Destruction - Complete destruction of the property, Property - Tangible property (damage need not be tangible (Whiteley)), Belonging to another - Any person with custody or control, Without lawful excuse - Consent of the owner or D believes property is in need of immediate protection, property is in need of immediate protection - What did D believe and was the protection reasonable?, Consent of the owner - Jaggard v Dickinson (did D honestly believe), Intention to destroy or damage or reckless - D must intend or consciously realise risk, Intention or recklessness as to endangering life - Actual danger is not required (Dudley), Arson - Destruction or damage caused by fire,

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