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Tort/Negligence – Fraud – Pleadings – Reliance (access required)

Where the amended bill of complaint alleges that defendant made a promise to reconvey which was false when made, and that he had no intent to fulfill the promise, it can be reasonably inferred that defendant made the promise with intent to induce petitioner to act to her detriment, i.e., to do nothing to protect ...

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