This could be more of a nuisance than playing games with the date in the introductory clause—the date you use in the introductory clause is something the parties have to agree on, whereas someone signing a contract has unfettered discretion to give their signature whatever date they want.
What is the penalty for falsifying documents?
The maximum penalty for forgery in NSW is ten years imprisonment. However, being charged for a forged signature may be only the first of many charges that a person can face for trying to use fake documents. For instance, its also an offence to forge a document.
Can I sue if someone forged my signature?
You can sue the company for fraud for signing you up for membership without your consent and forging your signature. You can seek damages (monetary compensation) in your lawsuit for fraud. Your civil case (lawsuit) is separate from a criminal case for fraud and forgery.
What is a falsification charge?
Falsification of documents generally refers to a criminal offense. This offense involves the: Altering; Changing; Possessing of a document for unlawful purposes.
What is PP short for?
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