Where the representation was compounded of several statements contained in one document (such as a prospectus or particulars of sale), or in a number of documents, or was made at one interview or series of interviews, the general rule of construction is that all the statements or documents must be considered in their entirety and in their bearing on one another, the primary object being to ascertain whether the conjoint effect of the whole complex representation is true or false of the whole of the facts1.
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