Where misrepresentation is fraudulent the remedy lies in a claim in the tort of deceit for rescission of the contract and damages1. The onus is on the party who alleges fraud to prove fraud2. The burden of proof is onerous and so it is more common to treat the misrepresentation as having been made negligently and to pursue a remedy under the
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