EWCA Civ 1235,  1 LI Rep 747
England and Wales
Cited – Great Future International Limited and Others v Sealand Housing Corporation (in Liquidation) and Others ChD 3-Dec-2002
The claimants were to be awarded damages, having been fraudulently induced to purchase shares. The defendant claimed that the increase in the value of the shares which had subsequently occurred should be taken to reduce the damages awarded because . .
See Also – Standard Chartered Bank v Pakistan National Shipping Corporation 1998
‘The tort of deceit involves a false representation made by the defendant, who knows it to be untrue, or who has no belief in its truth, or who is reckless as to its truth. If the defendant intended that the plaintiff should act in reliance on such . .
See Also – Standard Chartered Bank v Pakistan National Shipping Corporation, Standard Chartered Bank v Pakistan National Shipping Corporation and Others and Another and Others (Nos 2 and 4) HL 6-Nov-2002
Fraudulent Misrepresentation by Company Director
Fraudulent bills of lading had been issued in order to rely upon letters of credit issued by the bank. The director signing the bills sought to avoid personal liability, saying it was the Act of the company. The defendant company also appealed on . .
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Updated: 19 April 2021; Ref: scu.141103