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1.01.2001

Art. 229. Provision of false certificates

Article 229. (Provision of false certificates)

Where a person of intermediary organizations, who is in charge of asset assessment and examination, certificate examination, accounting, auditing, legal services, and other duties, intentionally provides false certificates, and when the circumstances are serious, he is to be sentenced to not more than five years of fixed- term imprisonment or criminal detention, and a fine. Where a person stated in the preceding paragraph extorts money and goods from others or illegally accepts money and goods from others to commit the aforementioned crime, and when the circumstances are serious, he is to be sentenced to not more than five years of fixed-term imprisonment or criminal detention, and a fine.

Where a person stated in the first paragraph of this article is seriously irresponsible and causes serious consequences by issuing certificates greatly inconsistent with the facts, he is to be sentenced to not more than three years of fixed-term imprisonment or criminal detention, and may in addition or exclusively be sentenced to a fine.

Applies to the provision of false certificates, that will be used to obtain a credit card.

4, Supreme People's Court, Supreme People's Procuracy explanation on some problems in handling criminal cases cases of jeopardizing the administration of credit cards 最高人民法院 最高人民检察院关于办理妨害信用卡管理刑事案件具体应用法律若干问题的解释

Art. 280 - Forgery or alteration of official documents and certificates

Article 280. (Forgery or alteration of official documents and certificates)

Whoever forges, alters, trades, steals, forcibly seizes or destroys officials documents, certificates, or seals of state organs is to be sentenced to not more than three years of fixed-term imprisonment; when the circumstances are serious, the sentence is to be no less than three years but not more than 10 years of fixed-term imprisonment. Whoever forges seals of corporations, enterprises, institutions, or people’s organizations is to be sentenced to not more than three years of fixed-term imprisonment, criminal detention, control, or deprivation of political rights .


Whoever forges or alters citizens’ identification cards is to be sentenced to not more than three years of fixed- term imprisonment, criminal detention, control, or deprivation of political rights; when the circumstances are serious, the sentence is to be no less than three years but not more than seven years of fixed-term imprisonment.

Applies to the forgery, alteration or provision of documents, certificates or seals in order to obtain a credit card.

4, Supreme People's Court, Supreme People's Procuracy explanation on some problems in handling criminal cases cases of jeopardizing the administration of credit cards 最高人民法院 最高人民检察院关于办理妨害信用卡管理刑事案件具体应用法律若干问题的解释