Over the past 150 years, New York state and federal courts, from the New York Court of Appeals to the Second Circuit, have issued many contradictory decisions on the issue of third-party reliance under New York’s common law of fraud. Reliance is an element of fraud claims. The third-party reliance doctrine is implicated when a plaintiff sues for fraud based on statements made by the defendant to a third party that relied on those statements.
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