How is called a fraude through a mariage by LAW?
And a mariage done by using a fraude ?like pretending that he is another person with other high social statuse finance etc ?
- brian 2010Lv 78 months ago
By what you asked about, this is legally defined as fraudulent marriage.
- Anonymous8 months ago
Yawn, another 100 questions.
It's called "fraudulent marriage," and, AGAIN, it's grounds for annulment.
It must be a SUBSTANTIAL lie.
- FoofaLv 78 months ago
Fraud in marriage in developed nations is merely grounds for annulment and carries no legal baggage unless it's tied to immigration, inheritance or some other tangible crime. One suspects you live elsewhere so you'd probably want to talk to a lawyer about this.
- STEVEN FLv 78 months ago
NOTING is called fraude.
The legal term is fraud. As you misspelled the word exactly the same twice, it isn't a typo. As the spelling you used isn't a word, you can't blame autocorrect.
That is only the LEAST important reason your terrible grammar makes the question meaningless.
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- MandyLv 68 months ago
What is “fraude”?