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Volume No - 6     Issue No - 22

A person does not damage a thing by conduct which does not bring about any alteration to the physical integrity of the thing. The alteration may be relatively minor and temporary as in letting the air out of a tyre, which physically alters the tyre and renders it imperfect. By contrast, unless the attachment of a wheel clamp to the tyre causes some physical alteration to the tyre it has not damaged the tyre even though the vehicle may be inoperable while the clamp remains in place. For these reasons the appeal must be allowed.The conviction and the sentence of the District Court on the appeal to the District Court must be quashed.

Judgement as it is


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