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What is the penalty for destroying personal property?


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2010-06-29 19:37:01
2010-06-29 19:37:01

Answer may depend upon who owned it (you, someone else, partly yours), why you had it (borrowed, entrusted), how destruction occurred (malicious, reckless, negligent, unforeseeable accident), what type of property it was (irreplaceable, valuable to all, sentimental value only, intangible property), and where it occurred (which state/country), among other things.

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