Definition of Collateral fraud
1. Noun. Fraud that prevents a party from knowing their rights or from having a fair opportunity of presenting them at trial.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Collateral Fraud
Literary usage of Collateral fraud
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1898)
"... little or no •doubt of the truth of the proposition there stated, but he thinks that subornation of perjury is an extrinsic or collateral fraud •within ..."
2. A Treatise on New Trial and Appeal: Presenting and Illustrating the Laws and by Robert Y. Hayne, J. R. Pringle, William Harvey Hyatt (1912)
"This rule, however, has no application to extrinsic or collateral fraud, which is defined to be 'actual fraud, such that there is on the part ..."
3. Digest of the Reports of the Supreme Court of California: Volumes One by James Henry Deering (1896)
"Conceding, without deciding, that the rule as to setting aside a former judgment for extrinsic or collateral fraud applies to judgments or decrees of the ..."
4. Rose's Notes on the United States Supreme Court Reports (2 Dallas to 241 by Walter Malins Rose, Charles Lawrence Thompson, United States Supreme Court (1918)
"... but only for extrinsic or collateral fraud; Stead v. Curtis, 191 Fed. 533, 112 CCA 463, suit in equity will not lie to vacate probate of will for ..."