extrinsic fraud

extrinsic fraud
noun
fraud that prevents a party from knowing their rights or from having a fair opportunity of presenting them at trial
Syn: ↑collateral fraud
Hypernyms: ↑fraud

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noun
: fraud (as that involved in making a false offer of compromise) that induces one not to present a case or deprives one of the opportunity of being heard; also : fraud that is not involved in the actual issues presented to a court or jury and that prevents a full and fair hearing

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