Selected Cases by Article & Issues
A party may avoid the contract when it has been led to conclude the contract by the other party"s fraudulent representation, including language or practices, or fraudulent non-disclosure of circumstances which, according to reasonable commercial standards of fair dealing, the latter party should have disclosed.
|1||Avoidance of contract for fraud||2|
|1.1||Fraudulent representation of false facts||4|
|1.2||Fraudulent non-disclosure of true facts||2|
|1.3||Mere "puff" in advertising or negotiations||1|