Chapter 4 case 1 - Fiduciary duty a duty imposed on a peson who stands in a special relation of trust to another A fiduciary obligation requires

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Fiduciary duty- a duty imposed on a peson who stands in a special relation of trust to another. A fiduciary obligation requires complete loyalty to the other party to the relationship pg73. Look at the three general characteristics of a fiduciary obligation on page 72. The tort of deceit may also be committed when a person deliberately conceals or withholds information. Deceit requires at least some guilty knowledge or willful disregard of the falsity of information provided. Pg76 The plaintiff could have been contributorily negligent by not inquiring further into the terms of the relationship between Anderson and Gordon.  fiducriary duties and causation causation: the defendant owed a duty to the injured party, the defendant was guilty of a  breach of that duty, and the breach of duty caused injury.  Pg 82 the essence of causation in professional-client relationships is reliance.  Did the client rely and  act upon the advice of the professional?  Pg 82
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course ADM 3360 taught by Professor Levasseur,sylvie during the Winter '09 term at University of Ottawa.

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Chapter 4 case 1 - Fiduciary duty a duty imposed on a peson who stands in a special relation of trust to another A fiduciary obligation requires

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