Analyse the extent of the criminal liability, Business Law and Ethics

One night Mr Kokintou and Ms Mangetou, entered into a housethrough a window which was negligently left open by the owner of the house.  Whilst Ms Mangetou was keeping guard at the entrance of the house, Mr Kokintou broke open a safe, took a sum of Rs 1millions and both ran away with it.

After having left the house, Mr Konkintou gave Rs 500,000 to Ms Mangetou and then deposited the rest, that is, Rs 500,000 in the safe of a hotel where he used to work.

Out of the Rs 500,000 that Mr Kokintou gave her, Ms Mangetou gave Rs 100,000 to charity and paid Rs 100,000 to Mr Volaz, the director of a travel agency, for an air ticket. However Ms Mangetou was not issued any airticket by Mr Volaz in spite of her having paid in full the cost of the air ticket and all other related expenses.

Having been told by Mr Kokintou that he would deposit Rs500,000 in a safe in a hotel, Ms Mangetou went to the hotel, passed herself as a police inspector and managed to convince the owner of the hotel to remit the Rs 500,000 to her.

Identify the legal issues involved and analyse the extent of the criminal liability of Mr Kokintou and of Ms Mangetou.


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