Inadvertent variation of guarantees and manifest errors that emerge over time (Court of Appeal)

In North Shore Ventures Ltd v Anstead Holdings, Inc and others [2011] EWCA Civ 230 (09 March 2011) the Court of Appeal set out the limits of the duty to disclose unusual matters to a guarantor and considered manifest error in relation to a lender's certificate of indebtedness. 

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