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Henjo Investments v Collins Marrickville (1988) 79 ALR 83

This case considered the issue of misrepresentation and whether or not silence by a party in relation to an important aspect of the sale of a business amounted to misleading conduct.  The court was required to determine whether or not the party selling the business had a duty to disclose important facts relating to the true position of the business.

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Henjo Investments v Collins Marrickville (1988) 79 ALR 83
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