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    A and B were a married couple. At the time of the wedding, the bride’s parents had given their daughter (A), three gold necklaces, four sets of gold bangles, and a dimond ring as stridhan. The jewellery was kept in a bank locker, which was in B’s name. owing to an extra-marital relationship. B left the matrimonial home and moved to a different city to live with the woman he was having a relationship with. A filed for divorce, and also asked B to return the gold jewellery. A refused to return the jewellery. He instead sold the necklaces, bangles, and the ring and deposited the money in his account. A filed a criminal complaint alleging that B had committed the offence of criminal breach of trust.

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    1. The offence is not made out, since the jewellery is the joint property of both the spouses

    2. The offence is not made out, since there was no entrustment


    3. This is an offence of theft, not criminal breach of trust

    4. None of the choices

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