false claims against the government


false claims against the government
Claims presented against the government and also allegations, as in income tax returns, which cause pecuniary or property loss to the government. Capone v United States (CA7 Ill) 51 F2d 609, 76 ALR 1534, cert den 284 US 669, 76 L Ed 566, 52 S Ct 44. See false affidavit.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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