Arlidge and Parry on Fraud
Sweet & Maxwell, 2007 - Commercial crimes - 736 pages
The new edition of this respected work provides comprehensive coverage of fraud, from general legal principles to detailed, procedural matters. It has been substantially updated to incorporate important legislation, in particular the new Act on General Offence of Fraud and the Criminal Justice Act 2003. The procedural section now includes the new multiple offences procedural rules and regulations from the Domestic Violence Bill, and there is a complete new chapter on the rise in computer fraud. The work discusses company fraud in detail, and closely examines other elements of fraud such as theft, deception, forgery, fraud on investors, fraud on creditors, and frauds on the general public. A chapter on jurisdiction guides practitioner through the complex issues that can arise in fraud cases. The final chapters cover procedure, advising on the presentation of a case and matters of evidence. * The most up to date and authoritative work available on fraud * Deals with general principles, the separate fraud offences, and procedure * Offers strategic guidance on complex areas of the law * Provides a complete update on Serious Fraud Office procedures * Examines the latest legislative developments and case law * User friendly format deals with the different offences in separate chapters * Contains all relevant legislation to cut research time
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