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Darren Price, 44, of Minffordd Estate, Llanrug, and Anne Price, 29, of High Street, Llanberis, both deny fraud involving PS318,500 between January 2013 and February last year, and falsifying council claim documents.
Susan Macleod, chief investigator at the Insolvency Service, said: "By falsifying information to obtain public funds in this way the company has effectively cheated the tax payer of a scarce and much needed public resource.
Summary: Increasing numbers of people buying homes are falsifying credit and job histories in order to get a mortgage.
and five other individuals pleaded guilty to falsifying concrete testing and inspection reports on public and private New York City projects, reports Manhattan District Attorney's office.
A panel heard he admitted allegations of falsifying a pupil's signature and losing pupils' work, but denied falsifying the authenticity of pupils' work by adding in extra items after it had been submitted.
The company were accused of falsifying repair records at nuclear reactors in 29 separate cases.
Perth, Oct 28(ANI): The director of a Muslim school in Australia has been found guilty of falsifying student numbers to fraudulently obtain 1.
Ms Murphy, of Pen y Waun, Chirk, pleaded guilty to nine counts of false accounting and dishonesty including falsifying National Insurance documents on August 21, 2006, obtaining a passport for herself in the dead baby's name and dishonestly representing herself as Gail Jones to get Job Seekers Allowance.
2, Southbridge is charged with larceny over $250 by a single scheme, falsifying or omitting entry in books, and five counts of uttering a false check.
Forty-year-old Ali Hassan Abu Muhsen Tleis was suspected of being the leader of several gangs and of conducting robberies, falsifying official documents, drug trafficking, and opening gunfire on security personnel.
Prosecutors are poised to indict a former secretary of Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama without arrest, possibly on Thursday, for falsifying the premier's funding reports in violation of the political funds control law, investigative sources said Wednesday.
When Bristol-myers squibb terminated Carol Tice in 2005 for falsifying sales reports, she filed a claim with OSHA, alleging that her former employer pressured employees to falsify sales reports and that she had been fired for reporting the activity, in violation of the SarbanesOxley Act (SOX).