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Vokes v. Arthur Murray Inc. District Court of Appeal of Florida, Second District, 1968, 212 S0. 2d 906. FACTS Audrey E. Vokes wanted to become an accomplished professional dancer as a widow. So she decided to take class from Arthur Murray Inc., a dance studio school founded by Arthur Murray. Vokes claimed that Arthur Murray’s employees sweet-talked her into thinking she could become an “excellent
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Unformatted text preview: dancer. Arthur Murray convinced her to sign up for $31,000 in dance lessons over a period of sixteen months. But when Vokes realized she was not skilled enough to be a professional dancer, she filed a suit against the school, alleging fraud. She appealed after the trial court dismissed her case. ISSUE Can Arthur Murrays employees opinion be actionable?...
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