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What is Fraud? – Facing Fraud charges?

Filed under: Fraud, Criminal Law

Fraud is an offence that involves the use of deception to dishonestly obtain property or a financial advantage. It also involves the use of deception to...

An explanation of dishonesty offences under Australian law

Filed under: Fraud, Criminal Law

Now, if being dishonest was an actual offence, it would be safe to say that everyone reading this would probably be guilty. However, there are a number...

Credit Card Fraud Offence

Filed under: Fraud, Criminal Law

Credit Card Fraud are Identification Information and property offences. The way in which credit card Identification Information is dealt with can impact...

Punishing white collar criminals: What are some of the sentencing considerations?

Filed under: Fraud, Criminal Law

The term “white collar crime” conjures up a number of images, but what offences are covered when talking about white collar crime? Also, does a person...

Fraud Offence – Australian Tax Office

Filed under: Fraud, Criminal Law, Tax Law

Fraud Charges Three charges of obtaining a financial advantage by deception from a Commonwealth entity, and one charge of attempting to obtain a financial...

Fraud Charges - Finance Officer

Filed under: Fraud, Criminal Law

Charges Obtaining property by deception over seven financial years between 1 July 2004 and 30 June 2011.

FRAUD AND CORPORATE CRIME

Filed under: Fraud, Criminal Law

The Crimes Act 1900 (NSW) (‘The Act’), in Section 192E denotes that one is guilty of fraud if he/she uses deception or dishonesty to obtain property belonging...

FRAUD AND CORPORATE CRIME

Filed under: Fraud, Criminal Law

The Crimes Act 1900 (NSW) (‘The Act’), in Section 192E denotes that one is guilty of fraud if he/she uses deception or dishonesty to obtain property belonging...

Money Laundering – fraud- tax evasion – theft - arms trafficking, drug trafficking

Filed under: Anti-Social Laws, Fraud, Criminal Law

Money obtained from illegal activities such as fraud, tax evasion, people smuggling, theft, arms trafficking, drug trafficking, and other such corrupt...

Fraud and undue influence in financial agreements

Filed under: Fraud

Fraud and undue influence are two factors that may negate a person’s otherwise valid consent to a binding financial agreement.

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