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Extrinsic fraud is deception that prevents a party from pursuing a remedy in court by concealing information that would allow him to pursue the case. This can include destroying evidence or telling a person that they don’t have the right to sue. In contrast, “intrinsic fraud” refers to a lawsuit where the fraud is the actual cause of action in the law suit.
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