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forgery

A counterfeit signature or instrument.A forged deed is void and gives no rights, even to innocent purchasers for value. If title insurance was purchased by an owner, however, that owner may make a claim for compensation,or the title insurance company may take steps to buy out any competing claims.

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What, then, of all those undetected works forgers such as Wolfgang Beltracchi and the late Eric Hebborn claim to have created?
Greenhalgh was probably the most diverse art forger that we have never heard of," said Detective Sergeant Vernon Rapley, head of the Metropolitan Police's Art and Antiques Unit which has put on the exhibition.
According to Clive Prince and author Lynn Picknett, that forger was none other than Leonardo Da Vinci.
Forger, the recording engineer on Michael Jackson's albums ``Thriller,'' ``Bad'' and ``Dangerous,'' is using Tessatura's song ``On Your Own'' for his new project.
Forger has manual skills and smarts (including jazz improvisation), but he needs direction.
letter, PE Publisher Jeff Forger tells us that we are two weeks away from taking PE DataZone from inception and beta site, to website operational.
It seems highly likely that most forgers want to fail--that is, to be unmasked--because paradoxically only by failing does a forger gain renown.
And don't forger to enroll the kids in the Kidpreneurs Konference.
who himself had a sexual relationship with the forger Margaret Caroline
The combination of a leading forger, an investment caster of titanium and a finished machining source provides Ladish with an opportunity to expand its product and service offering to the world's aerospace industry.
The Good Samaritan in the parable is so esteemed that it's easy to forger that Jesus' point rests on the fact that it was really an act of interfaith mercy.