Contract Law pp 234-254 | Cite as


  • Ewan McKendrick
Part of the Macmillan Law Masters book series


Although English law does not recognise the existence of a general duty to disclose information during the process of contractual negotiation, the process of contractual negotiation is not left unregulated. Rather, a duty is imposed not to make any false statements of fact to the other contracting party and thereby to induce him to enter into the contract. As we shall see, the law relating to misrepresentation does have a crucial role to play in the policing of contractual negotiations (see 13.3).


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© Ewan McKendrick 1997

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  • Ewan McKendrick
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  1. 1.University College LondonUK

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