In determining, as a fact, whether any representation was of a nature to induce, or did induce, the representee1 to alter his position, all the circumstances must be considered2, including, among others, the character of the document in which the representation is contained3, the nature of the transaction or business into which it is alleged that the representee was induced to enter, and the representee's general or particular experience, whether arising from his profession or trade or otherwise4.
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