fraudulent appropriation

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Police were looking into possible conspiracy to defraud, conspiracy to commit felony, forgery, circulation of forged documents and fraudulent appropriation or keeping of false accounts, which may have been committed against the Republic.
Charges against him include fraudulent appropriation of property, violating state regulations, tax evasion and illegal business.
The Public Prosecution had referred them to the criminal court for involvement in the fraudulent appropriation of a plot of land in the New Cairo City, to the east of Cairo, to a real property development company.
He has also assured a probe against wrongdoings on the part of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI), especially the issue of fraudulent appropriation of hundreds of plots at I-10/3 earmarked for workshops.
Feeling like the governor was adding insult to injury, community college officials took particular exception to his accusations that the colleges have been submitting fraudulent appropriation requests despite repeated warnings from the state.
As the city attorney of Los Angeles, I would hope that Rocky Delgadillo is familiar with Section 503 of the California Penal Code: "Embezzlement is the fraudulent appropriation of property by a person to whom it has been intrusted.
Paul Patton declined to use his line item budget veto power to stop this fraudulent appropriation, leaving the responsibility to the courts once again to uphold the separation of state and religion in Kentucky.
The judge ruling on the case said that Qantas was a well known company and had a lot of `goodwill` attached to the name and said that `the deliberate blocking of the lawful exploitation of goodwill by Qantas through registration effectuated for that purpose or with that consequence is a fraudulent appropriation of part of the goodwill attaching to the name.