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A party arguing that a fraud was committed on the court must demonstrate, clearly and convincingly, that a party has sentiently set in motion some unconscionable scheme calculated to interfere with the judicial system’s ability [to] impartially . . . adjudicate a matter by improperly influencing the trier or unfairly hampering the presentation of the opposing party’s claim or defense

Posted in *All Posts, Fraud, Relief from judgment

The New Jersey Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act prevents a debtor from placing his or her property beyond a creditor’s reach and from deliberately cheating a creditor by removing his property from the jaws of execution

Posted in *All Posts, Fraud, Fraudulent Transfer Act

Violations of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act

Posted in *All Posts, Consumer Fraud Act

A plaintiff who establishes a violation of the Consumer Fraud Act, and whose ascertainable loss issue survives summary judgment, is entitled to attorney’s fees, even if the ascertainable loss issue fails when submitted to a jury

Posted in *All Posts, Consumer Fraud Act, Counsel Fees

Common-law legal fraud & Equitable fraud

Posted in *All Posts, Fraud

The Consumer Fraud Act is a fee-shifting statute that awards attorney’s fees to financially-injured parties

Posted in *All Posts, Consumer Fraud Act, Counsel Fees

A condominium association has standing to pursue Consumer Fraud Act and common law fraud claims premised on common-element defects

Posted in *All Posts, Condominiums, Consumer Fraud Act, Fraud, Real-estate

Fraud in the sale of securities or equity interests falls beyond the purview of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act

Posted in *All Posts, Consumer Fraud Act, Fraud

Common law fraud

Posted in *All Posts, Fraud

Cause of action for fraud

Posted in *All Posts, *Published case, Fraud

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