1 Elements and Case Citations
Under New York law, constructive fraud requires:
- a fiduciary or confidential relationship between the parties;
- a misrepresentation or omission of material fact;
- which was made with the intention of inducing reliance;
- upon which the plaintiff reasonably relied; and
- which caused injury to the plaintiff.
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