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The Cambridge Dictionary defines a restraining order as “a written instruction made by a court that forbids a particular action until a judge has made a decision about the matter”. Restraining orders are also occasionally known as injunctions. Someone may impose a restraining order against you if they have first brought criminal proceedings as the […]
Recent news articles have high-lighted cases of Furlough Grant fraud with HMRC starting to prosecute alleged offenders. Bearing in mind the millions of claims being made for grants and loans under the Government backed Covid-19 support scheme, it is very likely than some claims will be deemed suspicious. HMRC have stated that while at present […]
The Fraud Act 2006 defines fraud as a crime that falls into one or more of three separate categories. The first is fraud by false representation, where a person “dishonestly makes a false representation, and intends, by making the representation, to make a gain for himself or another, or to cause loss to another or […]