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Forgery Defined

Every one commits forgery who makes a false document, knowing it to be false, with intent that it should in any way be used or acted on as genuine, to the prejudice of any one whether within Canada or not; or that a person should be induced, by the belief that it is genuine, to do or to refrain from doing anything, whether within Canada or not.

Making a false document includes altering a genuine document in any material part; making a material addition to a genuine document or adding to it a false date, attestation, seal or other thing that is material; or making a material alteration in a genuine document by erasure, obliteration, removal or in any other way.

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