intentional fraud

intentional fraud

A misrepresentation of a material fact which is intended to deceive another, does actually deceive another,and which causes harm to the one deceived.The law allows punitive damages.See also fraud.

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Along with identifying intentional fraud, Taskforce Integrity is also educating the community about how to avoid accumulating a debt with the department.
said he sees the potential for users to commit acts of intentional fraud, in addition to honest mistakes.
The liability of LLP partners is limited to the extent of their contribution, except in cases of intentional fraud or wrongful act of omission or commission," says Kainth.
A leaked letter to effect the U-turn was on sloppy and dodgy lane, with intentional fraud and diversionary at the top and falsification of things at the
In most cases, say the auditors, these were not due to intentional fraud.
Erickson Insurance Agency, of committing intentional fraud.
WHEN AN INTENTIONAL FRAUD IS PERPETRATED ON THE PUBLIC, THE RANGE OF LEGAL CAUSATION IS QUITE BROAD.
Third parties who seek to recover from an accountant for intentional fraud do not need to establish that the accountant had actual knowledge of the false or baseless character of the opinion.
The idea that intentional fraud can invoke the fraud rule was articulated in the case of NMC Enterprises v.
If the state bills more than the costs actually incurred, this is not reimbursement but intentional fraud.
WASHINGTON-The Securities and Exchange Commission filed suit against Sunbeam's former chief executive officer, Al "Chainsaw" Dunlap, as well as its former chief financial officer, Russell Kersh, last week, claiming intentional fraud that ultimately cost company investors billions of dollars.
That is, no intentional fraud, no harm, no foul; no charges, no repayment to the Crown

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