Definition of Extrinsic 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 Extrinsic Fraud
Literary usage of Extrinsic fraud
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on New Trial and Appellate Practice: Presenting and Illustrating by Thomas Carl Spelling (1903)
"Further as to meaning of extrinsic fraud. § 765. Fraud consisting of unauthorized appearance of attorney. § 766. Mistake as ground for relief. § 767. ..."
2. The Encyclopædia of Pleading and Practice: Under the Codes and Practice Acts by William Mark McKinney, Thomas Johnson Michie (1896)
"Instances of extrinsic fraud — "Among the instances given in the books are such as these : Keeping the unsuccessful party away ..."
3. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1909)
"The rule that only extrinsic fraud may be made the basis of an action to set ... other ground than extrinsic fraud, litigation would have no end: Pico v. ..."
4. New Probate Law and Practice: With Annotations and Forms for Use in Alaska by William Smithers Church, Curtis Hillyer (1920)
"... have inherent power, independent of statute, to vacate their own judgments that have been procured by extrinsic fraud and imposition upon the court; ..."
5. Notes on the California Reports, Supplementary to the 1906 Edition of Notes ...by Charles Lawrence Thompson, Bancroft-Whitney Company, California Supreme Court by Charles Lawrence Thompson, Bancroft-Whitney Company, California Supreme Court (1912)
"Judgment will be Vacated in Equity only upon showing of extrinsic fraud which prevented determination of issues on merits. Approved in Doyle v. ..."
6. Pomeroy's Equity Jurisprudence and Equitable Remedies by John Norton Pomeroy (1905)
"The courts commonly speak of the former class as intrinsic ana. of the latter as extrinsic, fraud, etc. Thus, it is generally said that it is extrinsic ..."
7. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1918)
"... allegations of extrinsic fraud not involved in the issues in the city court case, and the judgment is therefore properly subjected to a direct attack. ..."