Forgery under the criminal law of England and Wales
( Pp. 251-253)

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Drozdov Vladimir Yurevich kand. yurid. nauk. Dolzhnost: docent. Mesto raboty: Vserossiyskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet yusticii (RPA Minyusta Rossii). Podrazdelenie: kafedra ugolovnogo prava i kriminologii
All-Russian State University of Justice
Abstract:
Object of study: criminal liability for forgery and false accounting in England and Wales, statutes and jurisprudence. Target: to disclose and understand substantial differences with the Russian law. Methods: comparative study, phenomenological, general research methods. Criminal law of developed countries, including the United Kingdom, provides for criminal liability for forgery, relating any document, whether of a formal or informal character. Criminal liability for falsification of any documents provided not only for officials but also for individuals. Preventing forgery is especially important with regard to corporate documents. Fair records allows investors to prevent embezzlement and abuses in the management of corporations.
How to Cite:
Drozdov V.Y., (2016), FORGERY UNDER THE CRIMINAL LAW OF ENGLAND AND WALES. Gaps in Russian Legislation, 6 => 251-253.
Reference list:
Klepitskiy I.A. Dokument kak predmet podloga v ugolovnom prave // Gosudarstvo i pravo, 1998. № 5.
Sokal skiy B.B. Podlog dokumentov v ugolovnom prave Rossii i Germanii: rezul taty sravnitel no-pravovogo issledovaniya // Probely v rossiyskom zakonodatel stve, 2016. № 5.
Forgery and Counterfeiting Act 1981.URL:http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1981/45/contents
Ormerod D. Smith and Hogan Criminal Law. Oxford, 2008.
Theft Act 1968. URL: http://www.legislation.gov. uk/ukpga/1968/60/contents
Keywords:
United Kingdom, England and Wales, criminal law, forgery, false statements.


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