but he was removing the power to another location, hence it being movable, grin. But I understand if that is what it is called, that is what it is called, but sounds not as sensible as it should be.
There should be a better way to write the rule so it makes more sense .
We don't have the same law here so I hadn't herd of it before.
I guess it would be the same as someone turning on a light in a room without permission, use of electricity, without permission, would then be theft of an immovable item.
I think if someone did it here say at a parking building, they might at most get told off, but not fined, unless it was done a lot. I think it might be a product of having more people around in an area, I find the more people in a city, the more rules and conversly, the more country type areas have few rules and generally a more friendly bunch of people.
In Harry Potter I grinned when the grumpy lady came into the place as a temporary Headmistress and each day put up a new rule until the wall was covered.....The place had been run for hundreds of years with one simple rule, do good to others.
But I can see the point of not letting people pinch power for free, just the nomenclature sounded strange. I am not sure it is sensible to send someone to court for a 40 cent item, it would be like sending an employee to court for having two biscuits at a staff tea when only one was generally allowed or taking a pen home from work.
The principle being applied rather than good sense.
But I digress, back to imievs and running out of power. Best to simply ask for a use of a powerpoint or a tow. From a friend or friendly store. The poster might like to get the Plugshare app.