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ISBN: 9781337619202
Chapter 3, Problem 14DQ
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Explain the five conditions necessary for an act to be considered fraudulent.

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List five conditions necessary for an act to be considered fraudulent.

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Fraud:

Fraud is a malicious act committed by people to fulfill their personal benefits. In case of an organization, fraud can be committed by people inside or outside the organization.

Five conditions that are necessary for an act to be considered as fraudulent are listed as follows:

  • False representation: There should be a false representation or nondisclosure of a fact...

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