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Passing oneself off as another person. It is an offence if done fraudulently for certain purposes: for the purpose of casting a vote; sitting on a jury; or personation of a surety—an offence under the Forgery Act 1834 of purporting to be another person in acknowledging any recognizance or bail.

Subjects: Law.

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