This section is from the book "The Law Of Contracts", by William Herbert Page. Also available from Amazon: Commercial Contracts: A Practical Guide to Deals, Contracts, Agreements and Promises.
Sec. 223. Representation must mislead.
Sec. 224. Fraud as to identity or existence of subject-matter.
Sec. 225. Fraud as to identity of adversary party.
Sec. 226. Distinction between identity of person and ualities or characteristics.
Sec. 227. Fraud as to terms of oral contract.
Sec. 229. Fraud in execution - Contents of written contract.
Sec. 233. Party able to read but omits to read - Contract held void. Sec. 234. Contract held valid.
Sec. 235. Relations of special trust and confidence. Sec. 236. Rights of bona fide holder of negotiable contract. Sec. 237. Effect of fraud of third person. Sec. 238. Fraud in execution as making contract voidable. Sec. 239. Rescission in equity. Sec. 240. Restitution not condition precedent. Sec. 241. Reformation for fraud in execution.