extrinsic fraud

Definition of "extrinsic fraud"
  1. Acts that prevent a party from accessing information or evidence necessary for a contract enforcement or legal defense, such as destruction of evidence or misleading someone unaware of their right to sue
How to use "extrinsic fraud" in a sentence
  1. She was accused of committing extrinsic fraud by intentionally hiding essential documents.
  2. The destruction of key evidence was regarded as an instance of extrinsic fraud.
  3. He was misled about his right to sue, falling victim to extrinsic fraud.

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