equitable fraud

Definition of "equitable fraud"
  1. A type of indirect deception or unfair practice, often referred to as constructive fraud, particularly within legal scenarios in New Jersey
How to use "equitable fraud" in a sentence
  1. The court determined the actions of the defendant constituted equitable fraud.
  2. Equitable fraud can result in the rescission of a contract if proven in court.
  3. The plaintiff's claims were dismissed due to a failure to provide sufficient evidence of equitable fraud.

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