Leafing through the Criminal (Criminal) Code of Ukraine at my leisure, as well as after a warm conversation with a close lawyer, I decided to do a brief review of the articles of the Criminal Code under which the actions committed by our brother fall. Let it be one more reason to think about expediency for newcomers and about their safety for fathers.
Pourers, Stuffers, Realists: Section 7 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Crimes in the sphere of economic activity. Article 200. Illegal actions with transfer documents, payment cards and other instruments of access to bank accounts, equipment for their production. Part 1 Falsification of transfer documents, payment cards or other instruments of access to bank accounts, as well as the acquisition, storage, transportation, forwarding with intent to sell forged transfer documents or payment cards or their use or sale. Punishable by a fine of 500-1000 non-taxable minimums**, or imprisonment up to 3 years. Part 2 Repeatedly or by a group of persons: Punishable by 2 to 5 years in prison.
*Transfer documents should be understood to mean a paper or electronic document used by banks or their customers to transmit instructions or information for the transfer of funds between transfer entities. (this is a quote)
Pourers can also be charged under Section 16 of the Criminal Code (Crimes in the Use of Electronic Computing Machines (Computers), Systems and Computer Networks and Communication Networks). That’s mostly up to three years with confiscation of the hardware with which the crime was committed.
Scammers, funds, MLM: Section 6 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Crimes against property. Article 190. Fraud. Part 3 Fraud committed on a large scale, or through illegal operations using electronic computer equipment Punishable by imprisonment from 3 to 8 years.
Dropovods (?), cash-in services: Section 7 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Crimes in the sphere of economic activity. Article 209. Legalization (laundering) of proceeds of crime Part 1 Conduction of a financial transaction or conclusion of a transaction with funds or other property obtained due to the commission of a socially dangerous illegal act that preceded the legalization (laundering) of income, as well as the commission of actions aimed at concealing or disguising the illegal origin or possession of such funds or other property, rights to such funds or property, source of their origin, mes Punishable by imprisonment from 3 to 6 years with confiscation of funds and other property obtained by criminal means and with confiscation of property***. Part 2 (repeatedly or by a group of persons) Punishable by imprisonment for 7 to 12 years with confiscation of funds and other property obtained through criminal means and confiscation of property. Part 3 (organized group of persons or in especially large amounts) Punishable by imprisonment from 8 to 15 years with confiscation of funds and other property obtained by criminal means and with confiscation of property.
** Concerning the minimum non-taxable minimum, Article 22.5 of the Law of Ukraine On Personal Income Tax refers us to subparagraph 6.1.1. 6, which states that the non-taxable minimum is equal to 50% of the minimum salary set for January 1 of the tax reporting year (at the moment of review the non-taxable minimum is 257,5 UAH)
*** I would like to clarify that due to big holes in the Family Code of Ukraine, there is a possibility of confiscation of both personal property and part of the common property acquired by spouses during the marriage, if it is found that the common property of spouses was acquired or increased at the expense of funds obtained by one of the spouses by criminal means. It is even more difficult with the SC than with the CC as it is more imperfect, just remember that it is more comfortable, in my opinion, to record the car purchased to mom/dad rather than to the spouse.
I make no claims for completeness or accuracy. I would like some additions and discussion on this issue, as it is a very painful one. It would also be good and useful, in my opinion, to raise the topic of extradition (where, who, to whom, who is extradited/not extradited), if anyone knows, please write
Good luck, everyone. Remember, even Ostap Bender honored the Criminal Code
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