misrepresentation


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It said after unearthing the misrepresentation, it gave the ARY an amended assessment of Rs992 million.
Another count of material misrepresentation,' she said in an interview.
If the law department of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) found grounds that Cardema indeed committed a material misrepresentation, a criminal case would be filed against him, she said.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's office in March filed a criminal complaint against Willand for five felony counts encompassing one grand theft count, three forgery counts, plus one count for misrepresentation.
The agency's Enforcement and Investor Protection Department (EIPD) issued the order of revocation against Yeheey on April 4 on the ground of serious misrepresentation of what the corporation can do or is doing to the great prejudice of or damage to the general public.
Finally, we affirm the court's denial of the investors' motion for leave to amend the dismissed racketeering and intentional misrepresentation claims, because the investors fail to address, in their reply brief, the counterargument raised by the defendants in their response brief.
If you have been charged with fraud, but believe it was a mistake or misunderstanding, you should also seek the assistance of an attorney, who can assist you in proving your innocence by rebutting the presumption of willful misrepresentation.
In 2013, Trana filed a complaint against Southern alleging negligent misrepresentation, constructive fraud, negligence, and fraud under North Carolina law.
Mark Fleming, chief economist at First American, said, "While the overall risk of loan application defects, fraud and misrepresentation declined from a year-over-year perspective, there are regions with the potential for higher defect risk due to the impact from natural disasters - specifically, the communities impacted by recent wildfires in California.
The crackdown will target quacks who move from one place to the other asking for handouts, taking money by false pretense and misrepresentation of facts," said Mr Omwoyo.
(1) Misrepresentation - A permanent Resident or a foreign national is inadmissible for misrepresentation.
The penalty for misrepresentation - either direct or indirect - is a five-year ban from being able to make a future immigration application.
They then brought causes of actions against several parties, including the appraiser, under claims for negligence per se, negligent misrepresentation, and other theories.
Wright, who has been on the district court bench since 2012,is charged withmaking a "knowing and intelligent misrepresentation of a material fact" on a document submitted to the local Judicial Nominating Commission when he applied to the Circuit Court in 2016.