Mutual mistakes occur when two parties are in error as to contractual terms. Where the mistake is mutual and so bad that effectively there is no agreement, then there is no contract. It is only likely for this law to be of value if one party finds that in spite of their mistake they profit from the contract and the other loses....





Contract Law

Vitiating Factors

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