It was formerly held that in certain circumstances the fact that the contract had been executed was a bar to its rescission1. However, since 22 April 19672, where a person has entered into a contract after a misrepresentation has been made to him, then, if otherwise he would be entitled to rescind the contract without alleging fraud, he is entitled to rescind, notwithstanding the misrepresentation has become a term of the contract or the contract has been performed
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