Hamilton v Allied Domecq [2007]


  • A company was invested in by the claimant, who assumed that his plans to market the defendant’s bottled water products in a certain way would be followed
  • Following investment, the defendant followed an entirely order xanax online canada different distribution strategy which caused his shares to become worthless


  • Could the contracted be rescinded for misrepresentation?


  • No


  • No duty to volunteer information (such as intentions) into a contract, therefore no misrepresentation
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