Fraud by false representation Quiz

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Silverman is a case that illustrates an implied representation
False, it illustrates an express representation
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A representation as to fact may a statement of the effect of a legal document such as a loan or mortgage
False, this would be a statement of law
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Which case did the defendant pay for supplies with post dated cheques that he knew would not be met?
Gilmartin
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In which case did the defendant give an excess quotation for work to be done to two old ladies
Silverman
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What is under S2 (5) of The Fraud Act 2006?
That a representation can be made to a machine such as an ATM
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What is under S2 (2) of The Fraud Act 2006?
That false means untrue or misleading but representation is undefined,
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For fraud by false representation, dishonestly is required, which case sets out the two tests to determine dishonesty?
Gosh
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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 be regarded as dishonest by reasonable and honest people
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The Gosh test is an objective test
Fase
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A representation as to fact may a statement of the effect of a legal document such as a loan or mortgage

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False, this would be a statement of law

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Which case did the defendant pay for supplies with post dated cheques that he knew would not be met?

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

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

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basic spelling errors... poor form!

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