criminal laws definition

criminal laws means all criminal laws designated as such under domestic law irrespective of whether contained in the tax laws, the criminal code or other statutes.
criminal laws means all criminal laws designated as such under the respective law of the Parties irrespective of whether such are contained in the tax laws, the criminal code or other statutes.
criminal laws means all criminal laws designated as such under domestic law, irrespective of whether such are contained in the tax laws, the criminal code or other statutes; "criminal tax matters" means tax matters involving intentional conduct, whether before or after the entry into force of this Agreement, which is liable to prosecution under the criminal law of the requesting Party; "information gathering measures" means laws and administrative or judicial procedures enabling a requested Party to obtain and provide the information requested;

Examples of criminal laws in a sentence

  • Furnishing of false particulars would result in the forfeiture of the candidature, as well as cancellation of admission to the course, and in addition will attract the relevant provisions of the Criminal laws of land.


More Definitions of criminal laws

criminal laws means all criminal laws under the domestic law of Montserrat or a scheduled country, irrespective of whether contained in the tax laws, the Penal Code or other statutes;
criminal laws means all criminal laws designated as such under domestic law, irrespective of whether contained in the tax laws, the criminal code, or other statutes; "criminal tax matters" means tax matters involving intentional conduct which is liable to prosecution under the criminal laws of the requesting party;
criminal laws shall have the meaning ascribed to it in section 21.5.1(i).
criminal laws means all criminal laws designated as such under domestic 1aw irrespective of whether contained in the tax 1aws, the crimina1 code ar other statutes.
criminal laws means any laws, whether written or unwritten and whether substantive or procedural, and as in force from time to time, that make provision for or in relation to offences (whether punishable in a summary manner or on conviction on indictment), or for or in relation to the investigation, apprehension, custody, committal, trial or punishment of offenders, and includes any laws providing for the interpretation of those laws, but does not include a law of the Commonwealth;