Fraud by false representation Quiz

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1. The two tests set out in Gosh are: (1) would the defendant's behaviour be regarded as dishonest by the standards or reasonable and honest people and...

  • (2) If yes, was the defendant aware that his conduct would be regarded as dishonest by the standards of reasonable and honest juries
  • (2) If yes was the defendant aware that his conduct would be be regarded as dishonest by reasonable and honest people
  • (2) If yes, was the defendant aware that his conduct would be regarded as dishonest by the standards of judges
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2. Silverman is a case that illustrates an implied representation

  • False, it illustrates an express representation
  • True, an excessive quotation for work is an example of an implied representation

3. The person making the representation must know it is untrue or misleading, but they make the decision to make it anyway

  • True
  • False

4. Lambie, Gilmartin, Barnard, Metropolitan Police Comissioner v Charles and DPP v Ray are all cases illustrating an implied representation

  • True
  • False

5. The defendant must make a gain for himself or cause a loss to another or expose another to the risk of a loss

  • False
  • True

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basic spelling errors... poor form!

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