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misrepresentation

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Specifically, the Court held that if defendants can show that a security's price was not in fact distorted by the alleged misrepresentation--that is, the alleged misrepresentation had no price impact--then the fraud-on-the-market presumption would be rebutted.
On October 19, 2012, the Appraiser filed a motion for partial summary judgment as to the negligent misrepresentation claim because (1) the opinion in the appraisal report could not be a basis for negligent misrepresentation, (2) Bryant Bank did not rely upon the opinion in the report, and (3) the claim was barred by the applicable statute of limitations.
As noted by the Employment Relations Authority in its determination, the CRA allows a party to a contract to cancel a contract for misrepresentation by the other party.
11 September 2013 -- Atlanta USA-based LexisNexis Risk Solutions said it has issued its 15th Annual Mortgage Fraud Report spotlighting mortgage fraud and misrepresentation activity involving industry professionals potential collusion activity and for the first time new data showing the volume of properties in default and their impact on the implosion of the US housing market over the past five years.
Significant rates of misrepresentation of publications among applicants to residency and fellowship training programs in the United States have been researched and documented.
UK's Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC) (NYSE: BCS) has been accused by an Ontario court of fraudulent misrepresentation and breach of trust in its transactions with a Canadian issuer of asset-backed commercial paper amid the 2007 crisis, the Financial Times has reported.
a forfeiture when someone makes an innocent misrepresentation on his
MIDEX contains public record information about licensing and sanctions, as well as incidents of alleged fraud and misrepresentation reported directly to the Mortgage Asset Research Institute by MIDEX subscribers.
Backstrand and Nurse Hughes alleging, inter alia, wrongful death by medical malpractice, breach of contract, mishandling of a dead body, outrage, involving intentional infliction of emotional distress, invasion of privacy, and intentional misrepresentation.
In Stuart, homeowners sued their contractor on the grounds of misrepresentation.
Targteded to students and professors, the book's chapters also cover: the distinction between misrepresentation and express warranty, the parties involved, manufacturers, design, warning, causation, additional proof problems, defenses and damages.
In such situations, the characterization of a defect as either patent or latent is significant in terms of liability for misrepresentation and the remedies available to a purchaser.