A person is said to commit fraud if he gains something for himself and causes a loss to another person through false representation, failing to disclose information or abuse of position. The person liable for fraud may face an imprisonment for not more than 12 months or a fine or both through a summary procedure. In addition, if such a conviction is based on an indictment, the sentences may exceed up to 10 years or a fine or both. The false representation mentioned here could be either implied or express.
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