192F Intention to defraud by destroying or concealing accounting records
The intention to defraud by destroying or concealing accounting records is an offence under section 192F of the Crimes Act 1900:
Section 192F states:
1) A person who dishonestly destroys or conceals any accounting records with the intention of:
a) obtaining property belonging to another or
b) obtaining financial advantage or causing a financial disadvantage,
is guilty of an offence.
The maximum penalty for the offence of Intention to defraud by destroying or concealing accounting records is imprisonment for 5 years.
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