Spencer Bower and Handley: Actionable Misrepresentation Fifth edition eBook
Spencer Bower and Handley: Actionable Misrepresentation Fifth edition eBook takes into account the considerable judicial and legislative activity both in the UK and overseas.
Any false representation made by one person to another, with the object and result of inducing him to enter into a contract or transaction with the representor, or otherwise to alter his position to his prejudice, may be the subject of a claim for damages at the instance of the latter person.
The fifth edition of this legal classic takes into account the considerable judicial and legislative activity both in the UK and overseas, since the last edition was published in 1974, and provides thorough analysis of this area as well as supplying conclusive material to back claims.
Table of contents
03. How a representation may be made
05. Fraudulent and innocent misrepresentation
06. Inducement and materiality
07. Change of position and damage
08. Parties to a representation (1) the representor
09. Parties to a representation (2) the representee
10. When misrepresentation is actionable
11. The action for damages for fraudulent misrepresentation
12. Damages for fraud
13. The action for damages for innocent misrepresentation
15. Rescission for innocent misrepresentation
16. Action to enforce rescission
17. Rescission- affirmative defences
18. Misrepresentation as defence
19. Statutory provisions as to misrepresentation
20. Misrepresentations available to third parties
21. Pleading and Practice
22. Negligent misrepresentation