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Forgery
 

Forgery Solutions and Legal Expertise at Invictus Legal

 

Forgery is a complex legal issue that can have significant ramifications. Under section 253 of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW), forgery is defined as making a false document with the intent that it be used or acted upon as genuine to the prejudice of another person. This is a broad definition that can encompass a wide range of actions, from the creation of counterfeit documents to the alteration of existing ones. Invictus Legal offers comprehensive legal solutions to address cases of forgery, providing expert advice and representation to navigate the complexities of this offence. Our team is dedicated to understanding the specific circumstances of each case, ensuring that our clients receive the most effective and tailored legal support.

For skilled management of Forgery cases, reach out to Invictus Legal at 0410 600 230 – Paving your route to fair resolutions

Offences of Forgery

 

Forgery can manifest in various forms, each with its legal implications. Here are some common offences related to forgery:

  • Counterfeiting Documents: Creating a fake document or altering an existing one to deceive.

  • Falsification of Records: Tampering with official records to misrepresent the truth.

  • Imitation of Signatures: Replicating someone's signature without their consent.

Each of these offences involves a deceptive intent and the creation of a fraudulent facade, potentially leading to significant legal consequences.

Penalties of Forgery

 

The penalties for forgery are severe, reflecting the serious nature of this crime. A few notable penalties include:

  • Imprisonment: Up to 10 years for serious forgery offences.

  • Fines: Monetary penalties commensurate with the severity of the forgery.

  • Community Service: As part of or instead of other penalties.

The exact penalty often depends on the nature of the forgery and its impact, underlining the importance of understanding the legal nuances of each case.

The Defence for Forgery

 

Defending against forgery charges requires a nuanced understanding of the law and a strategic approach. Invictus Legal excels in dissecting the intricacies of each case, exploring avenues such as the absence of fraudulent intent, the authenticity of the document in question, or the consent of the involved parties. Our approach is to provide a robust defence that considers all aspects of the alleged offence, ensuring that our client's rights and interests are vigorously defended.

Why Choose Invictus Legal

 

Choosing the right legal representation is crucial in cases of forgery. Here's why Invictus Legal stands out:

  • Expertise in Forgery Law: Our deep understanding of the legal landscape ensures competent handling of your case.

  • Personalised Approach: Tailored strategies to suit the specific needs of each client.

  • Proven Track Record: A history of successful outcomes in forgery cases.

  • Client-Centric Service: We prioritise your needs and keep you informed throughout the process.

  • Resourceful and Determined: Our team exhausts every possible avenue to achieve the best outcome.

With Invictus Legal, you are not just hiring a lawyer; you are gaining a partner committed to protecting your rights and interests in the face of forgery allegations.

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