commercial crime

commercial crime

A crime that affects commerce; esp., a crime directed toward the property or revenues of a commercial establishment.

? Examples include robbery of a business, embezzlement, counterfeiting, forgery, prostitution, illegal gambling, and extortion. See 26 CFR ¡ì 403.38.


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