Fraud by false representation Quiz

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1. What is under S2 (5) of The Fraud Act 2006?

  • That a representation can be made to a machine such as an ATM
  • That a representation may be express or implied
  • That false means untrue or misleading
  • That a representation means as to fact or law
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2. An implied representation is done through conduct, such as using a credit card. By using the credit card, the defendant is implying that he/she has the right to use it.

  • True
  • False

3. In Gilmartin the defendant paid for supplies with post-dated cheques which he knew would not be met

  • True
  • False

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

  • True
  • False

5. In which case did the defendant give an excess quotation for work to be done to two old ladies

  • Lambie
  • Barnard
  • Silverman
  • Gilmartin

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