It used to be thought that negligent misrepresentation, as distinct from fraudulent misrepresentation1, did not give rise to a cause of action at common law or in equity in the absence of breach of fiduciary or contractual duty towards the claimant2. However, it is now clear that such a cause of action may arise both at common law
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