Florida Lawsuits and Fraud in the Inducement
How do you prove fraud in the inducement or signing a document and not knowing what was signed or arguing that you didn’t know what you were signing or that you didn’t sign it.
Florida lawsuits and fraud in the inducement.
How do you prove fraud in the inducement or signing a document and not knowing what was signed or arguing that you didn’t know what you were signing or that you didn’t sign it?
How do you prove that in the court of law with the correct testimony?
Now, there is a very recent case that was just handed down April 6th 2018 by Florida 2nd District Court of Appeal on fraud in the inducement. It had to do with the promissory note, a loan
document and it’s very very important because the court tells you what the testimony at
trial revealed and how that was deficient or not deficient very important right. If you’re claiming there’s fraud you generally have to allege that with specificity, the court wants to particular acts of fraud, particular element, particular allegations to tell the court exactly what the fraud was.
Then you have to prove it at trial. How do you prove fraud at trial? Well, you need great testimony or you need documents and you need somebody to bring those documents into evidence. A great case to read where the fraud in the inducement really wasn’t demonstrated at trial. It gives you a great lesson on testimony what you need to prove fraud in the inducement and what is deficient and and and what you expect or should expect from your witnesses to win your fraud case. Agia vs. Ossi April 6th 2018. You can read this fraud case free of charge
at the opinion section of the Second District Court of Appeal website.