Fraud is defined as the act of dishonestly obtaining property, money, or valuable services by deception, falsehood, or other fraudulent means. The Criminal Code of Canada outlines fraud-related offences under sections 380 to 382.

Types of Fraud

Each type of fraud has its unique complexities and may involve different investigative authorities such as the police, Canada Revenue Agency, or provincial regulatory bodies.

There are several types of fraud, including:

  • Identity theft,
  • Credit card,
  • Insurance,
  • Mortgage,
  • Securities,
  • Investment,
  • and tax fraud.

Importance of Legal Representation

A skilled criminal defence lawyer is essential when facing fraud charges. They can help you navigate the complexities of the legal system, protect your rights, and develop a strong defence strategy tailored to your specific case.

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