Plagium: an archaic and anomalous crime

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Abstract

Questions, in light of the continued existence of the offence of plagium in Scotland, involving the aggravated theft of pre-pubescent children, whether children are considered as 'mere things' under Scots law. Examines the history of the crime of plagium and looks at how it is connected to the Scottish notion of 'property'.
LanguageEnglish
Pages129-149
Number of pages21
JournalJuridical Review
Volume2
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jun 2016

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Keywords

  • legal history
  • offences against property
  • plagium
  • Scotland

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