fraud in law

Definition of "fraud in law"
  1. A concept where dishonesty or deceit is inferred due to the existing conditions, regardless of any intentional misleading
How to use "fraud in law" in a sentence
  1. The jury ruled that there was fraud in law as the existing conditions suggested deceit, even though there was no direct intention to deceive.
  2. Based on the evidence, the attorney argued that this was a clear case of fraud in law as the circumstances indicated duplicity, irrespective of intent.
  3. The intentional disguise was not present, but due to the situation, the court inferred fraud in law.

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