Misrepresentations definition

Misrepresentations means (a) a “misrepresentation” as defined in section 1(1) of the Securities Act or (b) as to any document, any untrue statement of a material fact or omission to state any material fact required to be stated therein or necessary in order to make the statements therein, in the light of the circumstances under which they were made, not misleading;
Misrepresentations means any misstatements, misrepresentations, or omissions by any party to the loan transaction pertaining to the borrower, the property, or the project, that are made with or without the lender’s knowledge, and that
Misrepresentations means Seller Misrepresentations when applied to Section 10.1(b) hereof and Buyer Misrepresentations when applied to Section 10.1(c) hereof.

Examples of Misrepresentations in a sentence

  • Misrepresentations or deceptive omissions of material fact constitute deceptive acts or practices prohibited by Section 5(a) of the FTC Act.

  • Comp Cost10 never disclosed the risk of undercapitalization in the PPM.11 Material Misrepresentations and Omissions Regarding Patent and License Agreement12 18.

  • Comp Cost drafted the PPM only for an offering of Class B units, but5 Respondents distributed the PPM to potential investors regardless of what class of units they eventually invested in.6 Material Misrepresentations and Omissions Regarding Revenue Sources and Company Value 7 11.

  • Misrepresentations in the model structure introduced at development stage can invalidate the results, hence careful checking and review is required at this stage.

  • Misrepresentations about Professional Backgrounds and Performance of Prior Investment PortfoliosHelms and Kaelin represented to investors that they had extensive experience in royalty- interest acquisitions and that they had successfully managed multiple portfolios.

More Definitions of Misrepresentations

Misrepresentations means Wayland’s faulty representations and omissions regarding how much each phase of the expansion of the Langton Facility would cost and when it would be completed, that the expansion of the Langton Facility was fully-funded, how the proceeds from the Company’s public offerings would be used, and how much cannabis the Company would produce beginning in 2019;
Misrepresentations means, again, “inaccuracies”. Quite apart from this meaning being conveyed by the context created by the correspondence as a whole, it is evident from the end of the line, “…need to be corrected”. “Corrected” makes plain that it is factual inaccuracy and no more that is being stated against C’s entry on the website.
Misrepresentations means: (a) an untrue statement of Material Fact, or (b) an omission to state a Material Fact that is required to be stated or that is necessary to make a statement not misleading in light of the circumstances in which it was made;
Misrepresentations means a CIH Misrepresentation when applied to Section 7.2(a) hereof and a NRI Misrepresentation when applied to Section 7.2(b) hereof.
Misrepresentations. If any material misrepresentation or material misstatement exists now or hereafter in any warranty or representation set forth herein or in any certificate delivered to Lender by any Responsible Officer pursuant to this Agreement or to induce Lender to enter into this Agreement or any other Loan Document.
Misrepresentations. If you wilfully make any false statement in a proof of loss your right to indemnity will be impaired. IF YOU FAIL TO COMPLY WITH ANY OF THESE PROVISIONS, THERE WILL BE NO RECOVERY UNDER THIS POLICY. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS This part of your policy contains some general terms which apply to your entire policy.
Misrepresentations has the meaning given to it in the Securities Laws;