What Is Innocent Misrepresentation?

Innocent misrepresentation is one of the three recognized varieties of misrepresentations in contract law. Essentially, it is a misrepresentation made by someone who had reasonable grounds for believing that his false statement was true.
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Ravindra Purohit
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Innocent misrepresentation occurs when the representor had reasonable grounds for believing that his or her false statement was true.