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fraudulent or dishonest act

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A quick definition of fraudulent or dishonest act:

Term: Fraudulent or Dishonest Act

Definition: A fraudulent or dishonest act is when someone does something that is not honest or fair. This can include lying, cheating, or stealing. It is when someone does something bad on purpose, like trying to trick or deceive others. For example, if someone lies to get money or property that they don't deserve, that is a fraudulent or dishonest act. It is important to always be truthful and fair in our actions and decisions.

A more thorough explanation:

Definition: A fraudulent or dishonest act is conduct that involves bad faith, dishonesty, a lack of integrity, or moral turpitude.

Examples:

  • Fraudulent Act: Any action taken with the intention of deceiving or misleading someone for personal gain.
  • Dishonest Act: Any action taken that is not truthful or transparent.
  • Fraudulent Alienation: The transfer of property with the intent to defraud others, such as creditors or lienholders.

These examples illustrate how a fraudulent or dishonest act can harm others and be used for personal gain. For instance, a fraudulent act can involve lying or cheating to obtain money or property, while a dishonest act can involve withholding information or manipulating others. Fraudulent alienation involves transferring property to avoid paying debts or obligations, which can harm creditors and other parties.

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anyone have advice on submitting an additional rec letter after WL even if the admissions officer said it's not necessary? rec letter is from someone affiliated with the school..
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