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Cases of Interest: Fraud
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MISSOURI: Burris v. Burris, 904 S.W.2d 564 (Mo. Ct. App. 1995).
The wife's award of actual and punitive damages in a tort action against the husband for fraudulently concealing assets was proper - even though she may have been aware that some of the marital assets did not appear in the appraisal - where the husband did not reveal all the marital assets during interrogatories, failed to inform the wife's appraiser of the existence of such assets, and intentionally hid money in bank accounts under another person's name.
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MONTANA: In re Marriage of Miller, ___ Mont. ___, 902 P.2d 1019 (1995).
A dissolution decree may not be set aside based on a motion claiming intrinsic fraud filed more than 60 days after entry of the decree.
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