fraud in the inducement

Definition of "fraud in the inducement"
  1. An act of deception aimed at misleading another person into acting against their best interest, often by providing incorrect information, which leads to them entering into an agreement or deed
How to use "fraud in the inducement" in a sentence
  1. When he didn't disclose the full financial implications of the sale, he was accused of fraud in the inducement.
  2. The landlord's actions were deemed to be fraud in the inducement when she told the renters they didn't need to read the entire contract.
  3. He fell victim to fraud in the inducement when the salesman promised benefits that didn't exist in the contract.

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