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Contracts are only valid when all parties involved agree to the terms. However, if an individual makes a false statement that misrepresents the facts in order to induce someone to agree to a contract, this is fraudulent misrepresentation. If you entered a contract with a party or parties who engaged in purposeful misrepresentation, you deserve the legal counsel from a team that delivers strategic guidance toward effective solutions. At Duffy North, our Pennsylvania civil litigation attorneys pride ourselves on providing the highest level of representation while minimizing the costs.
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To succeed in your lawsuit against the defendant, your lawsuit for fraudulent misrepresentation must prove the following elements:
Additionally, there are multiple types of fraudulent misrepresentations through words. This includes:
Misrepresentation and fraud are civil offenses, which means you will have to take your case to civil court to attempt to recover damages. Typically, the court will remedy the situation through rescission, which means the contract or transaction will be treated as though it had never existed and you will be brought back to the position in which you were originally in prior to signing the contract or agreeing to the transaction.
If you are involved in a civil litigation dispute involving fraudulent misrepresentation, contact the legal team at Duffy Northfor the representation you deserve. Our attorneys approach every case with thorough preparation to determine the best options for the best possible outcome.
Call us today at (215) 515-2560 to discuss your case with us!