Corrupt Practices

Corrupt practices in English election law includes bribery, treating, undue influence, personation, and aiding, abetting, counselling and procuring personation.

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Corrupt Practices - English Election Law - Recent Cases
... One of the most high-profile cases of corrupt practices in recent years was that of the local government elections in the Bordesley Green and Aston wards of ... He accordingly reported that extensive corrupt practices had been committed, found six individuals personally guilty (although one was subsequently ...
Corrupt Practices Act 1695
... The Corrupt Practices Act 1695 (7 8 Will ... It was repealed by section 1 of the Corrupt Practices Prevention Act 1854 (c.102) ...
Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau
... Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (Abbreviation CPIB Chinese 贪污调查局 Malay Biro Siasatan Pencegahan Rasuah) is a government agency in Singapore ... to the Singapore's Internal Security Department, to detain suspects of corrupt practices without law trial ...
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... Dishonesty and violations of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Law (R.A. 3019, ANTI-GRAFT AND CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT Sec ... Corrupt practices of public officers ...

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