misrepresenting, present participle; misrepresents, 3rd person singular present; misrepresented, past tense; misrepresented, past participle;
Give a false or misleading account of the nature of
you are misrepresenting the views of the government
represent falsely; "This statement misrepresents my intentions"
fudge: tamper, with the purpose of deception; "Fudge the figures"; "cook the books"; "falsify the data"
(misrepresentation) a misleading falsehood
(misrepresentation) falsification: a willful perversion of facts
(misrepresented) distorted: having an intended meaning altered or misrepresented; "many of the facts seemed twisted out of any semblance to reality"; "a perverted translation of the poem"
Misrepresentation is a contract law concept. It means a false statement of fact made by one party to another party, which has the effect of inducing that party into the contract. ...
(Misrepresentation (sociology)) Dramaturgy is a sociological perspective stemming from symbolic interactionism. ...
To represent falsely; to inaccurately portray something
(Misrepresentation) A statement by one party in a transaction that is incorrect or misleading. Most misrepresentations are deemed to be intentional and thus may constitute fraud. Others, however, some are rendered through simple mistakes, oversights or negligence.
(Misrepresentation) The assertion of a material fact which the insured knowingly distorts.
(Misrepresentation) Generally, misstatement of facts made on an application for insurance. May also be misstatement of coverage made by an agent to an insured.
(misrepresentation) Presentation of an entity as a person or organization that it is not. For example, a website might pretend to be a furniture store when it is really just a site that takes credit card payments but never sends any goods. See also spoofing.
(Misrepresentation) To make written or verbal statements that are untrue or misleading.
(misrepresentation) False or misleading statements on the part of the insurance company or the applicant to sway the other into accepting a policy.
(Misrepresentation) Act of making, issuing, circulating or causing to be issued or circulated an estimate, an illustration, a circular or a statement of any kind that does not represent the correct policy terms, dividends or share of surplus or the name or title for any policy or class of ...
(Misrepresentation) Lying or misleading an insurance company about the facts affecting a policy. Misrepresentation is grounds for voiding a policy.
(misrepresentation) A false or misleading statement. (1) In insurance sales, a false or misleading statement made by a sales agent to induce a customer to purchase insurance is a prohibited sales practice. ...
(Misrepresentation) The act of knowingly presenting false information.
("Misrepresentation") means an untrue statement of material fact, or an omission to state a material fact that is required to be stated or that is necessary to make a statement not misleading in the light of the circumstances in which it was made.
(Misrepresentation) A misstatement of fact made by the insured or his broker to the underwriter before acceptance of the risk that misleads the underwriter in assessing the risk and induces the contract. ...
(Misrepresentation) A statement that is false with respect to a fact. If it is intentional and deals with a material fact, it can provide the basis for HARRP to void the coverage and deny responsibility for paying a claim.
(Misrepresentation) Act of omitting data that is not supportive of the research hypothesis.
(Misrepresentation) Acts or words tending to give a misleading or false impression as to the true state of affairs. See "Bad Faith."
(Misrepresentation) An action by an employer to intentionally attempt to reduce required workers' compensation insurance premiums by not keeping accurate/adequate payroll records, paying workers "off the books", misclassifying employees as "independent contractors" and/or misclassifying the work ...
(Misrepresentation) An assertion or manifestation by words or conduct that is not in accord with the facts.