Mere general and indefinite anticipations of the future success or prosperity of any business or undertaking are not representations in any sense1, but a statement of expectation is a statement that the party does actually expect as stated2, and is therefore a representation. Moreover, a statement of expectation or a statement in the future tense may impliedly say something as to the existing position and so import an implied representation
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