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Is it against the law to have or make a novelty diploma for

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Is it against the law to have or make a novelty diploma for personal or recreational purposes aslong as your not actually trying to wrongfully use it?
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There is nothing in law to prevent this as long as it is being used in a fictional context and not being used to pass off a qualification which the person doesn't have.
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