cheating by false pretenses

cheating by false pretenses

The intentional obtaining of both the possession and ownership of money, goods, wares, or merchandise by means of misrepresentations, with the intent to defraud. See FALSE PRETENSES. Cf. larceny by trick under LARCENY. [Cases: False Pretenses 1; Larceny 14. C.J.S. Larceny ¡ì¡ì 7, 36, 50.]
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