93J Property previously stolen
Where on the trial of a person for any offence which includes the
stealing of any property it appears that the property was, at the time when it
was taken by the accused, already out of the possession of the owner by reason
of its having been previously stolen, the accused may be convicted of the
offence charged notwithstanding that it is not proved that the taking by him
amounted to an interference with the right to possession of, or a trespass
against, the owner.