I. NATURE

Sec. 405. Nature of constructive fraud.

II. RELATIONS UNDER WHICH CONSTRUCTIVE FRAUD MAY EXIST

Sec. 406. Constructive fraud limited to relations of trust and confidence.

Sec. 407. Non-disclosure in general as constructive fraud.

Sec. 408. Principal and agent.

Sec. 400. Attorney and client.

Sec. 410. Directors and officers of private corporations - Transactions with corporations.

Sec. 411. Transactions with stockholders.

Sec. 412. Officers of public corporations - Transactions with corporations.

Sec. 413. Special statutory provisions.

Sec. 414. Contract between public corporation and private corporation of which public officer is stockholder.

Sec. 415. Contract between chief contractor and public officer.

Sec. 416. Contracts between corporations having common officers.

Sec. 417. Promoters of corporations.

Sec. 418. Partners.

Sec. 419. Co-owners.

Sec. 420. Guardian and ward.

Sec. 421. Trustees.

Sec. 422. Executors and administrators.

Sec. 423. Husband and wife.

Sec. 424. Persons under contract to intermarry.

Sec. 425. Parent and child.

Sec. 426. Mortgagor and mortgagee.

Sec. 427. Debtor and creditor.

Sec. 428. Actual trust and confidence.

III. FACTS WHICH MAY AMOUNT TO CONSTRUCTIVE FRAUD

Sec. 429. Opinions.

Sec. 430. Price.

Sec. 431. Value.

Sec. 432. False statement of law.

Sec. 433. Mistake or fraud in the execution.

Sec. 434. Breach of contract.

IV. REMEDIES

Sec. 435. Remedies.