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What is an intentional misstatement of liability?
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Asked in The Difference Between, Fraud
What is the difference between error and fraud in auditing?
Asked in Definitions
Does fraud require a misstatement of either a fact or opinion?
Asked in Criminal Law, Fraud
When risks of material misstatement due to fraud are identified how should auditors adjust their audit approach?
Asked in Torts
Is Strict liability an unintentional tort or intentional tort?
Asked in California
What is California penal code 532?
California PC 532 a), as it is commonly known, covers acts of fraud or the intent to defraud by means of "false pretenses," which means a person knowingly makes a material misstatement of some fact in writing that results in them obtaining some benefit of credit, thus allowing them obtain money or property, or the labor or services of another individual that they would not have received if not for the material misstatement. If the material misstatement is not made in writing, the prosecution must have two witnesses who corroborate that the defendant made a false statement. The punishment is a misdemeanor if the person personally and knowingly makes a misstatement in writing, confirms a misstatement that has been made by someone else knowing that it was a misstatement, knows that a misstatement has been made and makes the same misstatement in writing. The punishment is a felony if the person fraudulently misrepresents the identity of another person.
Asked in Auto Insurance
What is the liability coverage for intentional damage?
Liability coverage is for damage caused where the driver is at fault in the accident. It specificall excludes intentioal acts. If you intentionally damage another vehicle or other property there generally is not coverage. This is because liability insurance of any type, not just auto coverage, is intended to cover only accidental occurrences. That said, there are circumstances where the linsurance may cover what might be considered intentional acts, but this relates mainly to self-defense.
Asked in Public Transportation
Is there any part of auto or homeowner's insurance that covers you when on public transit?
Asked in College Football
What is intentional grounding in college football?
Asked in Commercial Insurance
What is the difference between intentional and unintentional communication?