(a) Wilfully and knowingly refuse to provide vital records information required by
this part or the rules promulgated pursuant to this part.
(b) Wilfully and knowingly make a false statement in a vital record or report required
to be filed under this code, or in an application for an amendment or for a certified
copy of a vital record.
(c) Wilfully and knowingly supply false information intending that the information
be used in the preparation of a vital record or amendment thereof.
(d) Wilfully and knowingly obtain, possess, use, sell, furnish, or attempt to obtain,
possess, use, sell, or furnish to another person, for any purpose of deception, a
counterfeited, altered, amended, or mutilated vital record or certified copy thereof.
(e) Wilfully and knowingly furnish or process a vital record or a certified copy of
a vital record with the knowledge or intention that it be used for the purposes of
(2) A person shall not make, counterfeit, alter, amend, or mutilate a vital record
or report required to be filed under this part with the intent to deceive.
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