Case Alert | Case No. 19/2022

Partner Fatima Dermawan and Consultant Rafaela Leong will guide us through Case No. 19/2022, where the Court of Final Appeal has recently issued a uniform judicial interpretation and ruled that lying on social housing application forms about household income and net asset value amounts to document forgery, resolving conflicting interpretations of the law. The Court concluded that statements containing such information are legally relevant and have a probative function, as they can be used to determine whether an applicant qualifies for social housing. Failure to provide accurate information could harm society's welfare and the public interest. In this Case Alert, our team will give an overview of the factual and procedural background and legal analysis of the case. 

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