Massachusetts Divorce Law - Chapter 208 Section 41 - Criminal Provisions

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Criminal Provisions


Chapter 208: Section 41 Personation

Section 41. Whoever falsely personates another or wilfully and fraudulently procures a person so to do, or fraudulently procures false testimony to be given, or makes a false or fraudulent return of service of process in an action for divorce or in any proceeding connected therewith, shall be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars or by imprisonment for not more than two years.

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Massachusetts Divorce Law - Chapter 208 Section 41 - Criminal Provisions