Redgrave v Hurd 
- The defendant represented that his business turned over £300, £200 of which was easily accounted for. The defendant said that some other given paperwork accounted for the remaining £100. It did not, however, the claimant did not check this paperwork
- Could the contract be rescinded by the claimant?
- No duty to verify a representation, even where it is easy and there is an invitation to do so
Posted in Contract Law Revision Notes.
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