Dictionary

  • Unilateral mistake

    (in the context of contracts)
    A mistake on the part of one party entering into a contract, of which the other party was aware. On one view, such a contract will always be void at law for lack of true consensus ad idem. On another view, as consensus appears to have been reached, the contract may be merely voiadable in equity as an instance of unconscionable dealing.

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