intrinsic fraud

Definition of "intrinsic fraud"
  1. A deliberate lie that forms a part of the fraud, considered when determining damages
How to use "intrinsic fraud" in a sentence
  1. In the business deal, intrinsic fraud was detected where false representations were intentionally made.
  2. The court found him guilty of intrinsic fraud for intentional false statements.
  3. Detecting intrinsic fraud in the contract, they sought for the damages.

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