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pldc0013_CAUSE OF ACTION—Fraud

pldc0013_CAUSE OF ACTION—Fraud

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CASE NUMBER:
SHORT TITLE:
CAUSE OF ACTION—Fraud
Page
(number)
Cross-ComplaintComplaintATTACHMENT TO(
Use a separate cause of action form for each cause of action
.)FR- 1. Plaintiff (
name
):alleges that defendant
(name)
:defrauded plaintiff as follows:on or about (
date
):FR-2.
Intentional or Negligent Misrepresentation
as stated in Attachment FR-2.aas follows:as follows:as stated in Attachment FR-2.bb. These representations were in fact false. The truth wasc. When defendant made the representations,defendant knew they were false,
or 
FR-3.
Concealment
as stated in Attachment FR-3.aas follows:a. Defendant concealed or suppressed material factsb. Defendant concealed or suppressed material factsdefendant was bound to disclose.
Code of Civil Procedure, § 425.12
www.courtinfo.ca.gov 
CAUSE OF ACTION—Fraud
 
a. Defendant made representations of material factdefendant had no reasonable ground for believing the representations were true.d. Defendant made the representations with the intent to defraud and induce plaintiff to act as describedin item FIR-5. At the time plaintiff acted, plaintiff did not know the representations were false and believedthey were true. Plaintiff acted in justifiable reliance upon the truth of the representations.by telling plaintiff other facts to mislead plaintiff and prevent plaintiff from discovering the concealedor suppressed facts.c. Defendant concealed or suppressed these facts with the intent to defraud and induce plaintiff to actas described in item IFIR-5. At the time plaintiff acted, plaintiff was unaware of the concealed or suppressedfacts and would not have taken the action if plaintiff had known the facts.
Form Approved for Optional UseJudicial Council of CaliforniaPLD-C-001(3) [Rev. January 1, 2007]
PLD-C-001(3)
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