"fraud in the inducement"
 Ordinarily, fraud in the inducement of an employment contract is predicated upon
misrepresentations of fact outside the scope of any contractual obligations. See Berger v. Security
Pacific Information Systems, Inc., 795 P.2d 1380 (Colo. App. 1990)(addressing misrepresentations
relative to the financial strength of a corporation in order to induce plaintiff to accept employment);
see also Stewart v. Jackson & Nash, 976 F.2d 86 (2d Cir. 1992)(addressing misrepresentations by
a law firm concerning its environmental practice in order to induce an attorney to join the firm).
 Here, however, plaintiff's theory was that promises were made by defendant in exchange for
promises by plaintiff. Under these circumstances, the alleged fraud involves the subject matter of
the contract and not the inducement to enter into it. See Western Cities Broadcasting, Inc. v.
Schueller, 830 P.2d 1074 ( Colo. App. 1991).
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- Very interesting indeed!
It would also seem that the public servants that arrest you and sue you for a
violation of certain codes VC, is also a fraud induced contract since they
threaten to take your liberty if you dont engage in (bussiness) with them, they
certainly do not reveal certain rights you have in engaging in (bussiness)
with them and it would almost constitute, if not certainly, a material breach in
performamnce of a promise.