Civil Practice – Pleadings – Motion to Amend – Newly Discovered Evidence – Undue Delay – False RepresentationsKopf v. SmartFlow Technologies, Inc. Even though plaintiffs represented that they were turning over all their tangible property, since defendant alleged that plaintiffs had engaged in a “pattern of misconduct,” it was not improbable or unreasonable for defendant to suspect that a representation by plaintiffs might be false or require further investigation.
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Published: February 13, 2013
Time posted: 12:08 pm
Tags: tangible property