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Questioned Document Examination (Chapter 1)

Question: What is Forgery?

Answer: Altering, forging or creating any type of document with the intention to defraud is considered as a Forgery. Adapting, imitating or making objects, documents or statistics with intention of cheat for changing the perception of anyone and to earn money by selling the forged items is forgery. Studio replicas and copies are not considered as forgeries until they become knowing and wilful misrepresentations.

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