The doctrine of mistake has grown increasingly complicated with the passage of time. Nowhere is that complexity more obvious than in the area of unilateral mistake, of which the distinguishing feature is that the mistake made by one party is known to, and almost invariably induced by the fraud of, the other.
"Mistaken Identity and Its Effect on Contractual Validity: Some Cases Frm the English Courts,"
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