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The Court of Appeals of Oregon, in an April decision, settled uncertain case law regarding the standard of proof necessary to prove fraud or misrepresentation against a licensee, settling on a "preponderance of the evidence" standard, which requires only evidence showing that such conduct is more likely than not.
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