Fraud

In a real estate context, “fraud” refers to any number of situations where an individual is misled into entering into a transaction by the other party using lies, deception, or concealment of the true facts, and as a result, the person does not get what they bargained for. Fraud often involves one person taking advantage of the trust or lack of knowledge of another person. In a lawsuit involving fraud, various remedies can be sought, including monetary damages, and various equitable remedies, including rescission, equitable liens, and quieting title.
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