Fast Overview on Fraudulent Misrepresentation

Fast Overview on Fraudulent Misrepresentation

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Fast Overview on Fraudulent MisrepresentationFraudulent misrepresentation can be shown where the party engaging in fraud had knowledge that not sharing the information would compel action by the other party. The omission of material facts can only be considered a fraudulent misrepresentation if it was intentional and the information was known to the accused. 
Fraudulent misrepresentation by silence may result during a long contract negotiation if one of the parties to the contract withholds material information they learned during the negotiation process.

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