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From Longman Business Dictionaryconcealmentcon‧ceal‧ment /kənˈsiːlmənt/ noun [uncountable]1LAW the crime of not telling a court about something affecting a legal case, for example when a bankrupt person does not tell a court officer about any money or property they ownIt is a criminal offence to allow the concealment of documents which you know are relevant to the investigation.2INSURANCE when an insured person or company does not tell the insurance company about something affecting the conditions of their policy
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