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Latin. A statement of a falsehood. A misleading suggestion. This amounts to a fraud when-ever the party making it was bound to disclose the truth. The following is an example of a case where chancery will interfere and. set aside a contract as fraudulent, on account of the suggestio falsi: a purchaser applied to the seller to purchase a lot of wild land, and represented to him it was worth nothing, except for a sheep pasture, when he knew there was a valuable mine on the lot, of which the seller was ignorant. The sale was set aside.

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