A person commits an offence1 if, with intent to deceive, he:
(1) makes a false certificate2;
(2) alters a certificate3;
(3) uses a certificate which relates to another person in a way which suggests that it relates to himself4; or
(4) allows a certificate which relates to him to be used by another person in a way which suggests that it relates to that other person5.
A person also commits an offence if he knowingly makes a false statement for the purpose of obtaining, or enabling another person to obtain, a certificate
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