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[1989] AC 836 held that mutually exclusive counts on a single indictment can be left to the jury where there is a prima facie case on both. Prosecutors should bear in mind: In some cases there will be other possible offences such as False Accounting (section 17 Theft Act 1968), Making off Without Payment (section 3 Theft Act 1978), Obtaining Services Dishonestly (Section 11 Fraud Act 2006), offences under the Computer Misuse Act 1990, Forgery and Counterfeiting Act 1981, the Identity Cards Act 2006, the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 or the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.Prosecutors must decide which offence properly reflects the criminality concerned.When it is uncertain when a relevant event occurred and it may have happened before, on or after 15 January 2007 prosecutors should request that police obtain as much information as possible to assist in identifying the date on which any relevant events occurred.In cases when the uncertainty cannot be resolved it is proper practice to put alternative counts on the indictment under the 2006 Act and the previous legislation.

Like Section 2 (and Section 4) this offence is entirely offender focussed.

Prosecutors must analyse what the representation was and importantly when it was made, as simply as possible, for example: In the case of stolen documents the false representation may be that the defendant was lawfully in possession of the cheque/credit card/book and entitled to use it or that he was the person named on the cheque/credit card/book and entitled to use it.

If the defendant is using his own credit card knowing that he has exceeded his credit limit then the false representation will be that he had authority to use the card and that the card issuer would honour the transaction ( [1982] A. 449 HL) If the documents are forged then the false representation would be that the document was genuine and would be honoured.

Prosecutors should bear in mind that the principle of caveat emptor applies and should consider whether civil proceedings or the regulatory regime that applies to advertising and other commercial activities might be more appropriate.

Not every advertising puff should lead to a criminal conviction but it is also the case that fraudsters prey on the vulnerable.