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What's the definition of Misrepresentation?

A statement or omission that is untrue or inconsistent with the facts. Negligent misrepresentation occurs when the perpetrator thinks he is telling the truth. Misrepresentation is fraudulent if there is intent to deceive.

See Also: Remedies, Statute of Limitations

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