Fraud in the Inducement - (Business Contract Law) - What is the definition? - Finance Dictionary
Published at : 23 Nov 2020
Fraud in the Inducement is when a party intentionally deceives a person into executing a decision that would benefit the other party at their own expense. An example would be is someone encouraged another party to deed away their property telling them that they would receive tax benefits when in reality the decision would make that person worse off financially.
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