SINGLE-LARCENY DOCTRINEsingle-larceny doctrine. Criminal law. The principle that the taking of different items of property belonging to either the same or different owners at the same time and place constitutes one act of larceny if the theft is part of one larcenous plan, as when it involves essentially one continuous act or if control over the property is exercised simultaneously. ? The intent of the thief determines the number of occurrences. ¡ª Also termed single-impulse plan; single-larceny rule; single-criminal-intent doctrine. [Cases: Larceny
1. C.J.S. Larceny ¡ì¡ì 1(1, 2), 9.]
What is the Chinese interpretation of SINGLE-LARCENY DOCTRINE?