Fraudulent Transactions

Fraudulent Transactions

Offences associated to fraudulent transactions relating to contracts and trade are contained in Part X of the Criminal Code. This part of the Code contains offences that require the offender to use deceit or trickery to deprive a person, an entity, or the public of money, property, or other security to financially benefit the offender. Offences contained in this section include fraud, identity theft offences, and falsifying employment records. 

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