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Every person who, upon making or prosecuting any application for a discharge as an insolvent debtor, under the provision of any law now in force, or that may hereafter be enacted, either:

A. Fraudulently presents, or authorizes to be presented on his behalf such application, in a case in which it is not authorized by law; or

B. Makes or presents to any court or office, in support of such application, any petition, schedule, book, account, voucher or other paper or document, knowing the same to contain any false statement; or

C. Fraudulently makes or exhibits, or alters, obliterates or destroys any account or voucher relating to the condition of his affairs, or any entry or statement in such account or voucher; or

D. Practices any fraud upon any creditor, with intent to induce him to petition for, or consent to such discharge; or

E. Conspires with or induces any person fraudulently to unite as a creditor in any petition for such discharge, or to practice any fraud in aid thereof;

is guilty of a misdemeanor. ONCA 13-25, eff. Apr. 19, 2013.