deprive permanently

deprive permanently
To "deprive permanently" means to:
(a) Take from the owner the possession, use or benefit of his property, without an intent to restore the same; or
(b) Retain property without intent to restore the same or with intent to restore it to the owner only if the owner purchases or leases it back, or pays a reward or other compensation for its return; or
(c) Sell, give, pledge or otherwise dispose of any interest in property or subject it to the claim of a person other than the owner

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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