Fletcher v Krell
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The general rule is that a party is under no duty to disclose material facts known to him but not to the other party.
Thus in Fletcher v Krell (1872), it was held that a person who applied for the post of governess did not need to disclose the fact that she was a divorcee.
A person must however disclose facts that falsify an earlier statement made by him.