“Fraud without damage, or damage without fraud gives no cause of action; but where these two do occur, there an action lieth”.

“Fraud without damage, or damage without fraud gives no cause of action; but where these two do occur, there an action lieth”… if, indeed, no injury is occasioned by the lie, it is not actionable; but if it be attended with a damage, it then becomes the subject of an action…in this case, the two grounds of the action occur, here are both the damnum et injuria”. Discuss
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