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ANIMUS FURANDI, crim

ANIMUS FURANDI, crim. law. The intention to steal. In order to constitutelarceny, (q.v.) the thief must take the property animo furandi; but this,larceny, (q.v.) the thief must take the property animo furandi; but this,is expressed in the definition of larceny by the word felonious. 3 Inst.is expressed in the definition of larceny by the word felonious. 3 Inst.107; Hale, 503; 4. Bl. Com. 229. Vide 2 Russ. on Cr. 96; 2 Tyler's R. 272.107; Hale, 503; 4. Bl. Com. 229. Vide 2 Russ. on Cr. 96; 2 Tyler's R. 272.When the taking of property is lawful, although it may afterwards beWhen the taking of property is lawful, although it may afterwards beconverted animo furandi to the taker's use, it is not larceny. 3 Inst. 108;converted animo furandi to the taker's use, it is not larceny. 3 Inst. 108;Bac. Ab. Felony, C; 14 Johns. R. 294; Ry.




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