Mistake in Contract Law

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Mistakes Known to the Other Party Void Contracts
Hartog v Collins & Shields [1939]
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Mistakes Caused by the Other Party Void Contracts
Scriven Bros v Hindley [1913]
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Mistakes must be as to the terms of the Contract
Smith v Hughes [1871]
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Mistaken Identity Contracts made Face to Face are not voidable
Phillips v Brooks Ltd [1919]
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Face to Face Contracts are only voidable when deceived party has tried to check credentials
Ingram v Little [1960]
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A rogue voids written contracts
Boulton v Jones [1857]
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Cannot contract for something that does not exist
Couturier [1856]
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Cannot acquire own title
Cooper v Phibbs [1867]
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Common mistake voids contract if the M makes the contract or SM fundamentally different
Bell v Lever Bros [1931]
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Mistakes Caused by the Other Party Void Contracts

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Scriven Bros v Hindley [1913]

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Mistakes must be as to the terms of the Contract

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Mistaken Identity Contracts made Face to Face are not voidable

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Face to Face Contracts are only voidable when deceived party has tried to check credentials

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