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    A lights a matchstick and applies it to the stock of B with a view to setting fire to it. However, A tries to extinguish the fire of his own accord and in fact, succeeds in doing so before he is caught by B. Will A be guilty?

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    1. A will be guilty of mischief if he had, by setting the fire, caused some damage to B.
    2. A is not guilty of mischief.
    3. A is not guilty of mischief in any case.
    4. A is guilty of mischief as well as trespassing.
    5. None of these
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