Fraud by False Representation


Fraud by false representation is where representations of specific facts are untrue or misleading. Representations can be express or implied, for example knowingly continuing your gym membership when it has expired or using a stolen credit card to make a payment in a shop.

Fraud by false representation may be brought by businesses or individuals and the prosecution must prove the defendant made a false representation, dishonestly, knowing the representation was or might be untrue with an intent to make gain for themselves or cause loss to another person.

At Eldwick Law, we have a thorough understanding of the Fraud Act 2006, which governs this area of the law and we are committed to helping you through the court process.

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