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Lieing to the courts (4 Posts)
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20 December, 2017 07:33PM
Lieing to the courts
Outland47 - 20 December, 2017 07:33PM
Hello all.

Please can you tell me what happens if someone has been found to be lieing with information on their Form E?

Thanks. winking smiley
Re: Lieing to the courts
davidterry - 21 December, 2017 12:11PM
It is impossible to know what you mean by lie unless you explain the circumstances more fully. Just as people sometimes describe as rape what others might describe as inappropriate behaviour the facts are everything. I have seen this allegation made more times than I care count only to discover upon fuller examination that the facts do not justify the word.
Re: Lieing to the courts
Outland47 - 21 December, 2017 11:42PM
What happens if some incorrect (on purpose) financial details has been declared on the Form E and they are proved to be a lie?
Re: Lieing to the courts
davidterry - 24 December, 2017 06:14PM
This is the same vague question you asked in the first place but dressed up in different words. The answer is the same.
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