fictitious entry

noun

  • Business (Corporate) Law/Company Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Banking and Finance

Definitions of fictitious entry

  • (also false entry) a deliberately incorrect statement said or written to trick a person, company, institution, or authority etc, especially to get money in a dishonest way

    He was prosecuted for making a number of fictitious entries in the company's accounts.

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