Falsa Demonstratio Non Nocet is a phrase meaning a false description does not vitiate or spoil. Most commonly applied to a wrong description of something in a legal document, usually a Will. This error will not necessarily void the Will if it can be determined from other facts in the document.
False Arrest applies to the unlawful restraint and or imprisonment of a person and an illegal arrest.
False Claim is the term used when a person knowingly makes an untrue statement or claim to gain an benefit or reward.
False Entry is an untrue statement in books of accounts that is made to deceive.
False Impersonation is the act of taking another person’s identity.
Misleading someone by deliberately making a false statement.
False Pretenses is the premeditated and calculated act that misrepresents the facts or a situation in order to defraud.
A False Statement is a deceitful and untrue statement that is made for ulterior motives
A False Witness is a witness who has knowingly and willfully given a false testimony.
To Falsify is to alter (information, a document, or evidence) so as to mislead. To prove (a statement or theory) to be false.