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Falsification of Documents----Crimes Acts

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This is from Victoria however ALL States have similar legislation

Crimes Act 1958 - SECT 83A
Falsification of documents

83A. Falsification of documents

(1) A person must not make a false document with the intention that he or she,
or another person, shall use it to induce another person to accept it as
genuine, and by reason of so accepting it to do or not to do some act to that
other person's, or to another person's prejudice.

Penalty: Level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

(2) A person must not use a document which is, and which he or she knows to
be, false, with the intention of inducing another person to accept it as
genuine, and by reason of so accepting it to do or not to do some act to that
other person's, or to another person's prejudice.

Penalty: Level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

(3) A person must not make a copy of a document which is, and which he or she
knows to be, a false document, with the intention that he or she, or another
person, shall use it to induce another person to accept it as a copy of a
genuine document and by reason of so accepting it to do or not to do some act
to that other person's, or to another person's prejudice.

Penalty: Level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

(4) A person must not use a copy of a document which is, and which he or she
knows to be, a false document, with the intention of inducing another person
to accept it as a copy of a genuine document and by reason of so accepting it
to do or not to do some act to that other person's, or to another person's
prejudice.

Penalty: Level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

(5) A person must not have in his or her custody, or under his or her control,
a document which is, and which he or she knows to be, false, with the
intention that the person or another shall use it to induce another person to
accept it as genuine, and by reason of so accepting it to do or not to do some
act to that other person's, or to another person's, prejudice.

Penalty: Level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

(5A) A person must not, with the intention that he or she may commit an
offence against subsection (1), make, or have in his or her custody, or under
his or her control, a machine or implement, or paper or other material, which
is, and which he or she knows to be, specially designed or adapted for the
making of a document which, if made by him or her, would be false.

Penalty: Level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

(5B) A person must not, with the intention that another person may commit an
offence against subsection (1), make, or have in his or her custody, or under
his or her control, a machine or implement, or paper or other material, which
is, and which he or she knows to be, specially designed or adapted for the
making of a document which, if made by that other person, would be false.

Penalty: Level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

(5C) A person must not, without lawful excuse, make or have in his or her
custody, or under his or her control, a machine or implement, or paper or
other material, which is and which the person knows to be specially designed
or adapted for the making of a document which, if made by him or her, would be
false.

Penalty: Level 6 imprisonment (5 years maximum).

(6) For the purpose of this section, a document is false if it purports-

(a) to have been made in the form in which it is made by a person who did
not in fact make it in that form; or

(b) to have been made in the form in which it is made on the authority of
a person who did not in fact authorise its making in that form; or

(c) to have been made in the terms in which it is made by a person who did
not in fact make it in those terms; or

(d) to have been made in the terms in which it is made on the authority of
a person who did not in fact authorise its making in those terms; or

(e) to have been altered in any respect by a person who did not in fact
alter it in that respect; or

(f) to have been altered in any respect on the authority of a person who
did not in fact authorise the alteration in that respect; or

(g) to have been made or altered on a date on which, or at a place at
which, or otherwise in circumstances in which, it was not in fact made
or altered; or

(h) to have been made or altered by an existing person who did not in fact
exist.

(7) For the purposes of this section, a person is to be treated as making a
false document if the person alters a document so as to make it false in any
respect (whether or not it is false in some other respect apart from that
alteration).

(8) For the purposes of this section, an act or omission is to a person's
prejudice if, and only if, it is one that, if it occurs-

(a) will result-

(i) in the person's temporary or permanent loss of property; or

(ii) in the person's being deprived of an opportunity to earn remuneration
or greater remuneration; or

(iii) in the person's being deprived of an opportunity to obtain a
financial advantage otherwise than by way of remuneration; or

(b) will result in any person being given an opportunity-

(i) to earn remuneration or greater remuneration from the first-mentioned
person; or

(ii) to obtain a financial advantage from the first-mentioned person
otherwise than by way of remuneration; or

(c) will be the result of the person's having accepted a false document as
genuine, or a copy of a false document as a copy of a genuine one, in
connection with the person's performance of a duty.

(9) In this section-

(a) a reference to inducing a person to accept a false document as
genuine, or a copy of a false document as a copy of a genuine
document, shall be read as including a reference to causing a machine
to respond to the document or copy as if it were a genuine document or
a copy of a genuine document, as the case may be; and

(b) if-

(i) a machine so responds to a document or copy; and

(ii) the act or omission intended to be caused by the machine's so
responding is an act or omission that, if it were an act or omission
of a person, would be to a person's prejudice within the meaning of
subsection (1)- the act or omission intended to be caused by the
machine's so responding shall be deemed to be an act or omission to a
person's prejudice.

(10) In proceedings for an offence against this section, if it is necessary to
allege an intent to induce a person to accept a false document as genuine, or
a copy of a false document as a copy of a genuine one, it is not necessary to
allege that the accused intended so to induce a particular person.

Crimes Act 1958 - SECT 86

Suppression etc. of documents

86. Suppression etc. of documents

(1) A person who dishonestly, with a view to gain for himself or another or with intent to cause loss to another, destroys, defaces or conceals any valuable security, any will or other testamentary document or any original document of or belonging to, or filed or deposited in, any court of justice or any government department is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

(2) A person who dishonestly, with a view to gain for himself or another or with intent to cause loss to another, by any deception procures the execution of a valuable security is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum) and this subsection shall apply in relation to the making, acceptance, indorsement, alteration, cancellation or destruction in whole or in part of a valuable security, and in relation to the signing or sealing of any paper or other material in order that it may be made or converted into, or used or dealt with as, a valuable security, as if that were the execution of a valuable security.

(3) For purposes of this section deception has the same meaning as in section 81, and valuable security means any document creating, transferring, surrendering or releasing any right to, in or over property, or authorizing the payment of money or delivery of any property, or evidencing the creation, transfer, surrender or release of any such right, or the payment of money or delivery of any property, or the satisfaction of any obligation.

Crimes Act 1958 - SECT 83

False accounting

83. False accounting

(1) Where a person dishonestly, with a view to gain for himself or another or with intent to cause loss to another-
(a) destroys, defaces, conceals or falsifies any account or any record or document made or required for any accounting purpose; or
(b) in furnishing information for any purpose produces or makes use of any account, or any such record or document as aforesaid, which to his knowledge is or may be misleading, false or deceptive in a material particular- he is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

(2) For purposes of this section a person who makes or concurs in making in an account or other document an entry which is or may be misleading, false or deceptive in a material particular, or who omits or concurs in omitting a material particular from an account or other document, is to be treated as falsifying the account or document.

Crimes Act 1958 - SECT 82

Obtaining financial advantage by deception

82. Obtaining financial advantage by deception

(1) A person who by any deception dishonestly obtains for himself or another any financial advantage is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

(2) For purposes of this section deception has the same meaning as in section 81.

Crimes Act 1958 - SECT 81

Obtaining property by deception

81. Obtaining property by deception

(1) A person who by any deception dishonestly obtains property belonging to another, with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it, is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

(2) For purposes of this section a person is to be treated as obtaining property if he obtains ownership, possession or control of it, and obtain includes obtaining for another or enabling another to obtain or to retain.

(3) Subsections (12) and (13) of section 73 shall apply for purposes of this section, with the necessary adaptation of the reference to appropriating, as it applies for purposes of section 72.

(4) For the purposes of this section, deception-

(a) means any deception (whether deliberate or reckless) by words or conduct as to fact or as to law, including a deception as to the present intentions of the person using the deception or any other person; and

(b) includes an act or thing done or omitted to be done with the intention of causing-
(i) a computer system; or
(ii) a machine that is designed to operate by means of payment or identification- to make a response that the person doing or omitting to do the act or thing is not authorised to cause the computer system or machine to make.

Crimes Act 1958 - SECT 80A

Extra-territorial offences

80A. Extra-territorial offences

(1) If-
(a) a person does, or omits to do, an act or thing referred to in sections 81-87 (both inclusive) outside, or partly outside, Victoria; and
(b) there is a real and substantial link within the meaning of subsection

(2) between doing, or omitting to do, the act or thing and Victoria- those sections apply to the act or thing or the omission as if it had been done, or omitted to be done, wholly within Victoria.
(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), there is a real and substantial link with Victoria-
(a) if a significant part of the conduct relating to, or constituting the doing of the act or thing, or the omission, occurred in Victoria; or
(b) where the act or thing was done, or the omission occurred, wholly outside Victoria, if the act or thing was done, or omitted to be done, with the intention that substantial harmful effects arise in Victoria and such effects did arise.


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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Tuesday, 23 October 2012

    Forgery is committed when a person falsely makes or alters, with the intent to defraud, a signature or any part of a document that would, if genine, appear to impose a legal liability on another or to change the victim’s legal rights or liabilities to the offender’s illegal advantage. Forgery is also committed when a person offers, issues, or transfers a document he knows to be falsely made or altered in an attempt to defraud another. The term false as used in defining forgery does not refer to the truth of the facts stated in a document. It refers only to the document’s not being genuine.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Tuesday, 23 October 2012

    YODA - Look at the other end when the banks sell the mortgages to the SPV the BOARD Of THE BANK signs off the that they are true and correct it has warranties to it. This makes it a fed offence and in ASIC backyard dealing in securities.

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