14. Offence of furnishing incorrect information in applications, etc.

    (1) A person who in any application or other document or statement made under or for the purposes of this Act, knowingly makes any statement that is not correct or furnishes any particulars that are not correct or knowingly omits to furnish any particulars that are required by this Act to be furnished, is guilty of an offence against this Act.

    (2) Where the fees, charges, commission, reward or other remuneration that a licensee is entitled to receive for or in respect of any service done by him are agreed upon between the licensee and the person on whose behalf the service is done, any licensee who for or in respect of that service, demands, receives or retains from any moneys received by him for and on behalf of any person, an amount by way of fees, charges, commission, reward or other remuneration that is in excess of or not included in the fees, charges, commission, reward or other remuneration as the case may be, so agreed upon, is guilty of an offence against this Act.

    Penalty: $100.

    (3) Upon conviction for an offence against subsection (2), the Court convicting the licensee shall order him to refund any fees, charges, commission, reward or other remuneration received or retained by him, that are in excess of or not included in the fees, charges, commission, reward or other remuneration so agreed upon.

    [Section 14 amended by No. 113 of 1965 s. 8.]



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