concealment

  1. the condition of being concealed or hidden
  2. a covering that serves to conceal or shelter something
  3. the activity of keeping something secret

concealment

[n] - the activity of keeping something secret
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Concealment

• (n.) A place of hiding; a secret place; a retreat frem observation. • (n.) The act of concealing; the state of being concealed. • (n.) A secret; out of the way knowledge. • (n.) Suppression of such facts and circumstances as in justice ought to be made known.
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concealment

concealing noun the activity of keeping something secret
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Concealment

Con¬∑ceal'ment noun [ Old French concelement .] 1. The act of concealing; the state of being concealed. « But let concealment , like a worm i' the bud, Feed on her damask cheek. Shak. » « Some dear cause Will in concealment wrap me up awhile. ...
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Concealment

An act of intentionally trying to hide some known facts to someone which is of great importance for him/her.These include trying to sell adisputed property, sell goods of inferior quality etc.
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concealment

concealment 1. The action of keeping something secret. 2. A covering that serves to conceal or to shelter something. 3. A condition of being concealed or hidden. 4. Keeping out of sight and from being seen, found, observed, or discovered.
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Concealment

Failure to reveal information that one knows should be disclosed in good faith. Such concealment can be a cause for rescission (cancellation) of a contract by the misled party or a civil lawsuit for fraud.
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concealment

the condition of being hidden
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Concealment

The unlawful suppression of any fact or circumstance by one of the partys to a contract from the other, which in justice ought to be made known.
Found on http://www.lectlaw.com/def/c266.htm
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