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You say "absent additional legal restrictions on modifying such documents," but why are you assuming that absence? There are indeed additional legal restrictions on modifying such documents. The first one that jumps to mind is 18 USC 1001. Under that statute, it is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison when a person: in any matter ...


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The relevant NY law originally said that "Written instrument" means any instrument or article, including computer data or a computer program, containing written or printed matter or the equivalent thereof, used for the purpose of reciting, embodying, conveying or recording information, or constituting a symbol or evidence of ...


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It depends what she intends to do with the forged card. Note that N.Y. Penal Law § 170.20 creates the offence of criminal possession of a forged instrument if: ... with knowledge that it is forged and with intent to defraud, deceive or injure another, [s]he utters or possesses a forged instrument. Criminal possession of a forged instrument in the third ...


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A non-profit can put money into a C-corporation that it owns under the same circumstances as a private shareholder could, because an investment in a C-corporation is simply a passive investment which a non-profit is permitted to make (subject to various exceptions and special cases that rarely apply). It can either purchase new shares in the C-corporation ...


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Caveats First, there really isn't such a thing as a "for profit" limited liability company. There are merely "limited liability companies" in general. Under the laws of most states, including New York, a limited liability company can be operated for either "for profit" or "non-profit" activities, so long as they are ...


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The main grounds for tolling a non-criminal case statute of limitations set forth in statutes in New York State are as follows, which can be found at this link: NY CPLR § 207. Defendant's absence from state or residence under false name NY CPLR § 208. Infancy, insanity NY CPLR § 209. War NY CPLR § 210. Death of claimant or person liable;  cause of action ...


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