The penalty of forgery Kuwaiti penalty
Falsification shall be deemed to be any alteration of the truth in an editor with the intention of using it in a manner that illusions that it is identical to the truth, if the editor after changing it is valid to be used in this manner. A change to an existing editor, whether by deleting some of his words, by adding words that did not exist, by changing some words, by placing a signature, ring, or imprint on another person without authorization from that person, or by carrying that person by falsifying the status of his signature, ring or fingerprint on The editor shall be unaware of its contents or without proper satisfaction thereof Writing the editor means during the editing by proving that it is an incorrect fact as a true fact, and the forgery of the exploit of the good faith in charge of writing the editor dictated false data illusive that they are true data.
Whoever commits fraud shall be punished by imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years and a fine not exceeding three thousand rupees or by either of these two penalties.
If the forgery is committed in an official editor or in a bank note, the penalty shall be imprisonment for a period not exceeding seven years, and may be added to a fine not exceeding seven thousand rupees.
If the forgery is committed in the official editor of the official in charge of proving the data that changed the truth, the penalty shall be imprisonment for a period not exceeding ten years, and a fine of not more than ten thousand rupees may be added.
Any person who uses an editor forged by another, a scientist by falsifying him, shall be punished with the penalty imposed on him if he is the one who committed the forgery in this editor.
Whoever uses an editor who has lost his legal force, whether by revoking, abrogating, copying, suspending or ending its effect, is aware of this and intends to believe that the editor still maintains his legal force shall be punished by the penalty inflicted if he committed fraud in such an editor.
Any person entrusted with a paper signed or stamped on blank paper, and the trust is written and written in the blank which is above the signature or seal, contrary to the agreed upon, a debt or clearance bond or other bonds that result in damage to the owner of the signature or seal. He shall be punished by imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years and by a fine not exceeding three thousand rupees or by one of these two penalties.
If the blank or stamped paper is not delivered to the offender, but obtained in any way, the penalty shall be imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years and a fine not exceeding five thousand rupees or one of these penalties.
Counterfeit banknotes and counterfeit coins:
imitates banknotes that making a paper – like correct banknotes, or Zorha to enter the paper correct critique change whatever the intention of the use of counterfeit paper or counterfeit in circulation, shall be punished by imprisonment for a period not exceeding Fifteen years, and may be added a fine not exceeding fifteen thousand rupees.
A banknote issued by a bank or a government, regardless of their nationality, carries a pledge to pay the holder of money upon request, and is intended to be traded as compensation or in exchange for money.
Whoever uses, trades or promotes in any way, or has entered in the country, a counterfeit or counterfeit banknote, knowing that it is imitated or falsified, shall be punished by imprisonment for a period not exceeding ten years, and may be added to a fine not exceeding ten. Thousands of rupees.
Whoever manufactures, contributes to manufacturing, repairs, or introduces in Kuwait any machine, tool, paper or material, whatever is used to imitate or falsify banknotes, knowing that they may be used, shall be punished by imprisonment for a period of time. Not exceeding seven years, may be added a fine not exceeding seven thousand rupees.
In all cases where the preceding articles are applied, the court, whether convicted or acquitted, shall order the confiscation of counterfeit or counterfeit banknotes, all machines, tools, papers and materials that would be used in imitating banknotes or Forged.
Persons who commit felonies related to the counterfeiting or counterfeiting of banknotes mentioned in the preceding articles shall be exempted from punishment if they inform the competent authorities of such felonies before completing them, or before attempting to search for them, or if they facilitate the arrest of the other perpetrators of such felonies even after the initiation of the said research.
Anyone who imitated coins by making a coin similar to the correct coins, or forging them to reduce their mineral value by means of a cooler, lender, water of solution or otherwise, or painted with a paint that makes it more like a coin than a value, which is intended to be used in circulation as Correct coins, punishable by imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years, and may be added to a fine not exceeding ten thousand rupees.
Any metal issued or issued by the Government of Kuwait or a foreign government, which is given a special form, is cast into circulation as cash.
Anyone who promotes counterfeit coins as mentioned in the previous article, and whoever uses them in any way, or who has introduced them into the country, a scientist who falsifies them, shall be punished by imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years and a fine not exceeding five thousand rupees or either of these two penalties. .
Whoever takes counterfeit coins in the belief that they are true, and then deals with them after knowing their forgery, shall be punished with a fine not exceeding five times the coins in question, provided that the fine shall not be less than ten rupees.
Whoever manufactures, contributes to the manufacture, repairs or introduces in Kuwait any apparatus, machine, tool or material used in counterfeiting coins as set forth in Article 268, and is aware of the possibility of using them, shall be punished by imprisonment for a period not exceeding Five years and a fine not exceeding five thousand rupees or either penalty.
In all cases where the preceding articles are applied, the court, whether convicted or acquitted, shall order the confiscation of counterfeit coins, and all devices, tools, machines and materials that may be used in counterfeiting coins.
Persons who commit the offenses mentioned in Articles 268, 269 and 271 shall be exempted from punishment if they notify the authorities of such offenses before completing them, or before attempting to search for them, or if they facilitate the arrest of the other perpetrators of such offenses, even after the said search has commenced.