\mˈɪtjə sˈɛnsəs], \mˈɪtjə sˈɛnsəs], \m_ˈɪ_t_j_ə s_ˈɛ_n_s_ə_s]\
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Influential in producing it. Wise v. Fuller, 29 N. J. Eq. 262. False or fraudulent misrepresention is a representation contrary to tlie fact, made by a person with a knowledge of its falsehood, and being the cause of the other party's entering into the contract. 6 Clark & F. 232. Xcyliycnt misrepresentation is a false representation made by a person who has no reasonable grounds for believing it to be true, though he does not know that it is untrue, or even believes it to be true. L. R. 4 H. L. 79. Innocent misrepresentation is where the person making the representation had rea- sonable grounds for believing it to be true. L. It. 2 Q. B. 5S0.
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