When selling a business, it is important that any statements regarding the business are accurate. Generally, a statement as to possible future events is regarded as being an opinion, which is not typically actionable if it turns out to be incorrect. However, in some circumstances an opinion can amount to a negligent misrepresentation. The following is a case example.
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