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North Dakota Identity theft laws

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Any individual knowingly or without the consent, impersonates another person by stealing the identity information; s/he can be subjected to the sections of identity theft laws in the State of North Dakota.

Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the state and the laws surrounding it are as follows:

  • Identity theft laws in general will be placed under criminal laws of the state, under the code section N.D Cent. Code §32-03-52 (1999).
  • According to North Dakota Identity theft laws is defined as unlawful use of or possession of personal identifying information like the social security number and is generally a criminal offense.

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