Sec. 293. Representation That Certain Price Had Been Offered (P. 305)

Add to footnote 2:

Hull v. Doheny, 152 N. W. (Wisc.) 417 (1915).

Sec. 294. Representation As To Value And Price Paid For Property (P. 306)

A misrepresentation as to the actual cost of the property is a material fact and naturally calculated to mislead the purchaser.1

Sec. 295. Representations As To Rentals (P. 307)

A guaranty of a certain rental for premises has been held to be merely contractual and as not amounting to a representation that the property was then renting for the sums specified.2

Add to footnote 10:

Thaler v. Nieder-Mever, 185 Mo. App. 257; 170 S. W. 378 (1915); Jacoby v. Hollada, 133 Pac. (Wash.) 558 (1914). See also Sec.285.

Sec. 297. Representations As To Situation Of Property (P. 308)

Where a seller of agricultural land represented that it was high and dry, good agricultural land without mire, swamp, or boggy portions, such representation was a material representation of fact, and not mere seller's talk for which he could not be held responsible.3

Sec. 300. Representations As To Title Of Vendor (P. 309)

But merely representing that a certain title is good, the statement being qualified by adding that another named person would not otherwise have taken a mortgage on the land, indicates that the representation is a mere opinion.4

1 Sandford v. Handy, 23 Wend. (N. Y.) 260 (1840). 2 Holmes v. Coalson (Tex. Civ. App.) 178 S. W. 629 (1915). 3 Haener v. McKenzie. 154 N. W. (Mich.) 59 (1915). 4 Stacey v. Robinson (Mo. App.) 168 S. W. 261 (1914).