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  • Extrinsic fraud — is fraud that induces one not to present a case in court or deprives one of the opportunity to be heard [or] is not involved in the actual issues .... [ [ fraud.html glossary] . Retrieved… …   Wikipedia

  • extrinsic — ex·trin·sic /ek strin zik, sik/ adj: not contained in or occurring in something (as a contract) an extrinsic representation Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. extrinsic …   Law dictionary

  • extrinsic — extrinsic, extraneous, foreign, alien are comparable when they mean external to something or someone or to the true nature or original character of such thing or person. Extrinsic applies to something which is distinctly outside the thing in… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • extrinsic evidence — see evidence Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. extrinsic evidence …   Law dictionary

  • extrinsic fraud — see fraud Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. extrinsic fraud …   Law dictionary

  • extrinsic — ex‧trin‧sic [ɪkˈstrɪnsɪk, zɪk] adjective [only before a noun] formal relating to matters which affect the outer appearance or behaviour of something * * * extrinsic UK US /ekˈstrɪnzɪk/ adjective ► coming from outside a particular person or thing …   Financial and business terms

  • extrinsic — [ek strin′sik, eks trin′zik; ik strin′sik, ikstrin′zik] adj. [Fr extrinseque < L extrinsecus, from without, outer < exter, without + secus, following, otherwise < base of sequi, to follow: see SEQUENT] 1. not really belonging to the… …   English World dictionary

  • Extrinsic — Ex*trin sic, a. [L. extrinsecus; exter on the outside + secus otherwise, beside; akin to E. second: cf. F. extrins[ e]que. See {Exterior}, {Second}.] 1. Not contained in or belonging to a body; external; outward; unessential; opposed to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Extrinsic value — is value which arises because of an agreement: Although the intrinsic value of a €100 note is not much more than the value of any similar piece of paper with a pretty picture on it, it has a practical value (an extrinsic value) of €100. If its… …   Wikipedia

  • Extrinsic finality — is a principle of the philosophy of teleology that holds that a being has a final cause or purpose external to that being itself, in contrast to an intrinsic finality, or self contained purpose.One example is the view that minerals are designed… …   Wikipedia

  • Extrinsic Semiconductor —   [engl.], Extrinsic Halbleiter …   Universal-Lexikon

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