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Fraudulent

The description of a willful act commenced with the Specific Intent to deceive or cheat, in order to cause some financial detriment to another and to engender personal financial gain.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The ex-MP together with Lucy Wanjugu Kiboghi and Anne Muthoni Kibogo, who are directors of Zohali Services limited, are also accused of acquiring money fraudulently from the Kilifi government on various dates.
The court also heard PS922 was spent fraudulently at luxury candle and fragrance retailer Jo Malone.
In most cases the bank must pay by the end of the business day after the day the problem came to light, unless it has reasonable grounds for suspecting you have acted fraudulently.
He feared the trader was acting fraudulently and, sure enough, a further PS29.99 came off his card three days later.
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Avaient, from St Athan, admitted handling stolen goods, using a stolen card to fraudulently withdraw PS600, and attempting to withdraw further cash by fraudulently completing a withdrawal slip.
In a statement, Customs Chief Nicanor Faeldon said the fuel oil was fraudulently declared as industrial fuel oil laden on board MT Alpine Magnolia, a Mashall Island/Majuro Registry, docked at the vicinity of SL Harbor Bulk Terminal Corp., CBM, in Barangay Kitang, Limay, Bataan.
On June 27, 2013, Thomas and Lopp fraudulently obtained $24,000 in cash advances from three different Digital FCU branches in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Ten individuals have been charged in New York with participating in and coordinating a series of staged motor vehicle accidents, as well as falsifying their involvement in other vehicular incidents, to fraudulently collect insurance payouts.
A Conway mother and daughter are accused of fraudulently billing the Arkansas Medicaid program for nearly $100,000 and fraudulently withdrawing more than $65,000 from the accounts of patients at a shuttered Faulkner County facility for the developmentally disabled.
ABENEFITS cheat must pay back thousands of pounds she claimed fraudulently. Dawn Pinchen claimed she was unable to walk the length of a car due to a spinal injury.
Self-employed Carl Williams, from Hurdis Road, Shirley, fraudulently claimed VAT repayments since 2007 and even forced one couple out of their home after walking out on a project he was paid PS90,000 for.