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Been accused of fraud by my ex - will repayment go in my favour?

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  • #16
    OK. I think that you are saying that there was nothing dishonest about the manner in which you came to have the money.

    In that event, your statement in your first post that "I acknowledged I owed her but didnít admit to obtaining it by defrauding her" caused me (and possibly others) to misunderstand. The misunderstanding comes from a lawyer's scepticism at seeing a "non-admission" being used and not a denial.
    Lawyer (solicitor) - retired from practice, now in academia. I do not advise by PM.

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    • #17
      OK. I think that you are saying that there was nothing dishonest about the manner in which you came to have the money.

      In that event, your statement in your first post that "I acknowledged I owed her but didnít admit to obtaining it by defrauding her" caused me (and possibly others) to misunderstand. The misunderstanding comes from a lawyer's scepticism at seeing a "non-admission" being used and not a denial.
      I see. I hope I didnít put my foot in it at the police station then because the first thing I said in the interview was that I fully acknowledge I owe it but I didnít obtain the money by fraud. And then they asked me if this was a breach of contract then. And I said yes. Iíve also sent a contract out today offering a payment plan even though this will only be useful in mitigation. I will be sending an instalment over on Monday whether she agrees to it or not. I donít know if itís a smart move but out of principle I want to pay it.

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      • #18
        Repaying it would not remove the crime though (if there was one)

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        • #19
          Repaying it would not remove the crime though (if there was one)
          I realise that. There was no crime. I just want to protect my character . Even though I am experiencing financial and mental health issues I still intend to repay.

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