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30 August, 03:07

Berry enters into a contract with Clyde for a guided tour of Deep Canyon. Clyde represents that he is an experienced, knowledgeable guide, when in reality he has never been in the canyon. Berry is most likely a victim of

a. mistake.

b. undue influence.

c. unconscionability.

d. fraud.

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  1. 30 August, 05:00
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    d. fraud.

    Explanation:

    Berry was fooled by Clyde when he attests false information about his supposed experience. Because of the fact that this information is not true, Berry can sue Clyde for fraud, arguing that he presented false information and put his life at risk, once Clyde had no experience and, apparently, he didn't know the canyon.
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