Section 210: Fraudulently obtaining decree for sum not due Whoever
- Fraudulently obtains a decree/order against any person
- For a sum not due, or – for a larger sum than is due, or
- For any property or interest in property to which he is not entitled, OR
- Fraudulently causes any decree/order to be executed against any person
- After it has been satisfied, or – for anything in respect of which it has been satisfied, OR
- Fraudulently suffers/permits any such act to be done in his name, then he is liable to be punished with upto 2 years imprisonment or with fine or with both.
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