duty to speak
A requirement (not strictly a duty) to say something to correct another’s false impression.
? For example, a duty to speak may arise when a person has, during the course of negotiations, said something that was true at the time but that has ceased to be true before the contract is signed. [Cases: Fraud 17.]
How do bilingual lawyers in China usually translate the term duty to speak?
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