Contract Law: Misrepresentation 

August 13, 2023

A misrepresentation is a false statement of fact made by or on behalf of one party to another that induces the party to enter into the contract – Derry v Peek (1889). This can act as a vitiating factor which negates the consent of the defendant and can cause the contract to become void.

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