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is dishonesty necessary in any relationship?

can complete honesty hurt a relationship?

is it dishonest if it is to protect the person?

is honesty considered a major priority in a relationship?

== Theft from whom?

Just out of interest, whom is theft from a bin theft from? Or is it not necessary to be able to answer that question (i.e. the offence exists without specification of the "other" to whom the property belongs)? The article reads like the person placing the item in the bin retains ownership until the expected other arrives to empty it, but I'm pretty sure that most people putting a newspaper in a bin would be quite happy for an unexpected other to take it out again. On the other hand, the emptying authority may have an interest in claiming ownership of valuables in the bin, such as recyclable aluminium cans. The question may be one of contract. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 23:16, 21 December 2007 (UTC)


James500 commented- (Put POV tag back. That stuff about Robin Hood appears to be someone's opinion rather than settled law. It has been seriously suggested that the effect of R v Feely and R v Ghosh is that Robin Hood could be aquitted.)

So the POV problem is just that one paragraph? Why not tag the paragraph or delete it?Bhny (talk) 16:14, 30 March 2012 (UTC)

I have replaced the previous tag with an inline tag, because I can't remember if there are any other problems with the article. James500 (talk) 17:16, 30 March 2012 (UTC)