Kerr on the Law of Fraud and Mistake: Including Misrepresentation Generally, Undue Influence, Fiduciary Relationship, Constructive and Imputed Notice, Etc
A composite work on fraud, misrepresentation, and mistake. Every representation, fraudulent or innocent, for which the Acts give relief, leads to what is in fact a mistake. The editors believe that the practitioner dealing with any particular set of facts will often be concerned with both fraud and mistake, and will find it convenient to have them dealt with together.
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