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In this video Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth talks about what happens if someone is persuaded to enter into a contract based on fraudulent information.
In Florida, the law provides certain protections when someone makes a fraudulent statement that causes you to enter into a contract
A person has committed fraud in the inducement if:
• The person made a false statement about a material fact;
• The person knew or should have known that the representation was false;
• The Person made the statement in order to induce another person to act; and
• The other person’s reliance on the statement caused him or her an injury.
If you’re a business owner who wants to protect your future business interests, you should hire a recommended attorney for a consultation.
If you suspect you were given fraudulent information before buying a business, give me a call.
Ask questions of Reed by e-mail at Reed@LawyerFightsForYou.com
To learn more about Reed Bloodworth, visit https://LawyerFightsForYou.com or call 407-777-8541. Reed is based at 801 N Magnolia Ave, Suite 216, Orlando, Florida, 32803, with a by appointment only office in Winter Haven, Florida, 33880.