Is catching an interviewee lying reason enough to not hire the candidate?

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Is catching an interviewee lying reason enough to not hire the candidate?
Is catching an interviewee lying reason enough to not hire the candidate?
I had some interviews (where I am the interviewer). I caught some of the interviewees lying.

For example they specified their English level to be C1 in the resume but when put into a verbal and practical test the interviewee has the same level of English as an average student in college (under intermediate).

In my previous job one coworker admitted also lying about knowing French to get the job. She had no consequences but she was not caught lying.

I believe one lie is enough to disqualify an interviewee (because what else could they be lying about? I don't want to go through it all to figure it all out). In my team there's no room for that. There are mistakes or metaphors or approximate explanations but lies are lies.
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