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The term ‘misrepresentation’ means a false representation of a fact made innocently or non-disclosure of a material fact by the party without any intention to mislead the other party.
When a wrong representation is made by a party honestly believing that the representation made by him is true then such false representation would amount to misrepresentation.
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Note: The above case is a landmark judgment differentiating fraud from misrepresentation. From this judgment it is understood that when a representation made is wrong but the party making such representation genuinely belies it will be true then such wrongrepresentation would amount to misrepresentation and not fraud as the intent of deceit is missing.

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