Fraud and Misrepresentation
There are several types of fraud that may lead to a cause of action for damages. Fraudulent misrepresentation may occur when a person knowingly makes a false statement or misrepresents the truth, causing another person to take action and sustain losses. This can include deliberate lies as well as known omissions of fact. A second form of fraud, fraudulent inducement, may occur when someone deliberately deceives another person into taking action. Negligent misrepresentation is similar to fraudulent misrepresentation, but involves carelessness as opposed to deliberate lies. This may occur when a person relays information to another to encourage action without knowing for sure if the information is credible.
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