obtaining by deception

obtaining by deception

n
(Law) law the offence of dishonestly obtaining the property of another by some deception or misrepresentation of facts
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He pleaded guilty to dishonestly attempting to obtain by deception, obtaining by deception and affray under the Public Order Act at Warwick Crown Court last month.
But yesterday the prosecution put to him 24 alternative offences of obtaining by deception and he entered pleas of guilty.
Rimdeika, of Nottingham, admitted nine offences of using a false instrument with intent, obtaining by deception and theft.
Ryan, of Elaine Close, Ashton-in-Makerfield, pleaded guilty to false accounting, obtaining by deception and failing to notify a change in circumstances
Mitchell is charged with obtaining by deception 51 Tattersalls tickets for the June meeting.
Earlier this year, Hughes was returned for trial on three counts of false accounting and eight counts of obtaining by deception between March 1990 and March 1996.
In 1994 he got community service for obtaining by deception and in 1999 he was sent to prison for three years for theft by employee and false accounting Jamie Adams, defending, said: "He has been plagued with depression for the bulk of his adult life.
In June 2007 he admitted 16 charges of obtaining by deception after he targeted an 81-year-old woman with memory problems.
He also admitted dishonestly obtaining by deception pounds 21,118 from a government department between June, 1997, and June, 1998, to pay for a worker who didn't exist.
He is further accused of obtaining by deception pounds 21,118 from the Department of Environment, Transport and Regions by claiming he employed a man called Richard Jacobs when no such person was employed by Step Out Drop In.
They included the alleged theft and obtaining by deception of pounds 1,600 from a retired woman in September 1993, who according to Teesside's top judge should have an apology for the delay.