By: Martin M. Shenkman, CPA, MBA, JD
Fraud is the intentional distortion of the truth undertaken to induce someone to rely on the distortion to their detriment. To prove fraud you must demonstrate that the person you are suing for fraud made a false representation to you of facts, you relied on those facts, you incurred a loss or damage as a result of relying on those false representations.
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