John R. Scott v. Bodor
1991.IN.30838 ; 571 N.E.2D 313
Supreme Court of Michigan
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This case comes to us on interlocutory appeal from the denial of defendants motion for partial summary judgment.[Footnote 2] The motion was addressed to the two counts of plaintiffs complaint based on allegations of actual and constructive fraud. The third count for professional negligence is not before us. The plaintiff is Bodor, Inc., a corporation that implemented a "supplemental income" plan that was presented to it by the defendants Scott and Brown. The fraud claims are based on representations which the defendants, for purposes of this appeal only, admit were made in the course of presenting the plan to the plaintiff. The plan was funded by the purchase of life insurance from the sale of which the defendants shared commissions.