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When dealing with professionals in real estate, including construction or improvement workers, a person may be able to sue for fraudulent misrepresentation if all of the requirements are met. The basics of fraudulent misrepresentation are that a person makes an unkept promise and that person had no intention of keeping that promise when they made it in the first place. In the case of Shawn Stevens vs. Markirk Construction, Inc., there may have been a fraudulent misrepresentation when a construction company says that land would not flood when they knew there was a possibility that it might.

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