Stewart v. Wyoming Cattle Ranch Co.
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128 U.S. 383 (1888)
U.S. Supreme Court
Stewart v. Wyoming Cattle Ranch Co., 128 U.S. 383 (1888)
Stewart v. Wyoming Cattle Ranch Company
Argued October 31, November 1, 1888
Decided November 19, 1888
128 U.S. 383
Although silence as to a material fact is not necessarily, as matter of law, equivalent to a false representation, yet concealment or suppression by either party to a contract of sale, with intent to deceive, of a material fact which he is in good faith bound to disclose, is evidence of, and equivalent to, a false representation.
Instructions given to a jury upon their coming into court after they have retired to consider their verdict, and not excepted to at the time, cannot be reviewed on error, although counsel were absent when they were given.
Affidavits filed in support of a motion for a new trial are no part of the record on error, unless made so by bill of exceptions.
The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.
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