material facts
plural noun
  1. in an insurance contract, information that the insured has to reveal at the time that the policy is taken out, e.g., that a house is located on the edge of a crumbling cliff. failure to reveal material facts can result in the contract being declared void.

  2. information that has to be disclosed in a prospectus.

    See also listing requirements
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