JEB Fasteners v Marks, Bloom & Co 
- The claimants acquired a company to make use of the directors. They then sought to rescind the contract on the basis of a misrepresentation made in the accounts of the company
- Could the contract be rescinded?
- The misrepresentation had not played a ‘real and substantial’ part in inducing the claimants into entering the contract; the motive for entry was to acquire the directors only
Posted in Contract Law Revision Notes.
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