What is an example of fraud in the inducement?
Fraud in the inducement can result in a voidable contract. Fraud in the inducement is when one party is aware that he or she is entering into a contract, but the terms of the contract are materially misrepresented. This can be done innocently and will make the contract voidable to the party that has been misrepresented.
Below is an example of fraud in the inducement, which leads to a voidable contract for Victoria:
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