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TBagbuss, respect to you as I know that you are a well respected family law solicitor and someone who has given me great legal advice over the years; now ever I believe, on retrospect, that you are wrong. Please let me explain:-
Here it comes:
Be truthful, Fraud Act 2006 expands on this in that the intention of an act is the important thing, ie the representation, a consealment or an abuse of position.
It used to be that just an act was not enough to be Fraud but since the Act of Fraud 2006 and the Act of Legal Services Act 2007 which covers both professional negligence and Fraud (both the objective i.ethe act and the subbjective ie the intention) that Fraud is probably the most important act of all.
Due diligence as if you pursue an allegation of Fraud without good cause it is as bad as the act itself.