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Larceny by Stealing is defined by Mass. General Laws Chapter 266, Section 30 as 1) the taking and carrying away of property by the defendant; where 2) the property was owned or possessed by someone other than the defendant; and 3) the defendant did so with the intent to deprive the person of the property permanently. “Property” has a very broad meaning and can include such things as money, movable items of personal property, bank notes, public records, anything attached to real estate, or electronically processed or stored data.

Variants of Larceny by Stealing are Larceny from a Building, Larceny by Check, Larceny from a Person, Receiving Stolen Property, and Shoplifting.

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